SpaceX On Schedule To Send Non-NASA Crew To ISS By 2015, Exec Says

January 2013
Space & Missile Defense Report;1/18/2013, p4
The article reports on the plan of Space Exploration Technologies Corp.'s (SpaceX) in sending a non-NASA crew to the International Space Station (ISS) in 2015. It also mentions the involvement of SpaceX, Blue Origin and Sierra Nevada Corp. (SNC) to the Commercial Crew Program (CCP) of the National Aeronautics & Space Administration (NASA). It notes the utilization of Dragon cargo capsule at SpaceX's manned mission.


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