NASA’s commercial crew program is in the hands of the -lawyers now, so they will get a say in how the U.S. and its space-exploration partners fly astronauts to orbit.  There are big bucks involved—$6.8 billion over five years if the agency exercises all of its flight options. So it should not be a surprise that Sierra Nevada Corp. went to the U.S. Court of Federal Claims—unsuccessfully—for a stop-work order against Boeing and SpaceX until Government ...

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