HOUSTON—As it seeks to steer a transition in oversight of research and development on the International Space Station and other low Earth orbit activities to the U.S. private sector, NASA is committed to avoiding a repeat of the decision to retire the space shuttle fleet without a still-absent capability to launch its own astronauts, says Doug Comstock, the agency official assigned to lead formulation and implementation of the transition strategy. One of the transition’s biggest ...

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