NASA Hold Competition To Find Space Shuttle Alternative [Headlines]

NASA Hold Competition To Find Space Shuttle Alternative [Headlines]
Design

After canceling the initiative, NASA pays nearly $60M a seat on the Russian Soyuz rocket to transport supplies and astronauts to the International Space Station.

Allie Walker
  • 9 may 2012

Competition in the NASA Commercial Crew Development (CCDev) heats up as SpaceX, one of the four remaining private companies vying to replace the now defunct Space Shuttle program, receives approval for its astronaut-carrying design. Wired

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