NASA COMMERCIAL CREW PROGRAM: Schedule Uncertainty Persists for Start of Operational Missions to the International Space Station

Chaplain, Cristina T.
June 2019
GAO Reports;6/20/2019, preceding pi
Government Documents
The article informs on a report by the U.S. Government Accountability Office examining National Aeronautics and Space Administration's (NASA's) Commercial Crew Program. It informs that NASA awarded two firm-fixed price contracts to Boeing and SpaceX to develop crew transportation systems and conduct initial missions to the International Space Station. It also mentions that NASA acquired Russian Soyuz vehicle in pursuant to delay in certification.


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