NASA: Commerical-Crew Plans On Schedule

Rutherford, Emelie
June 2011
Defense Daily;6/29/2011, Vol. 250 Issue 63, p5
Market Research Report
The article reports on the release of the National Aeronautics Space Administration (NASA) Commercial Spaceflight Development Division's Return on Investment report on its contract with four firms to build crew-transport systems in the U.S. NASA unveils the data on SpaceX Corp., Sierra Nevada Corp., Boeing Co., and Blue Origin LLC as part of its public relations strategy. The agency awards 269.3 million dollars for four Space Act Agreements to the firms in April 2011.


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