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ExtremeTech

NASA May Sell Tickets to Space Tourists
ExtremeTech
There's nothing novel about the idea of charging someone big bucks for a trip into space. Russia started charging a string of ultra-wealthy people $20 million or more for a trip to the International Space Station (ISS). That was just practice for ...
Nasa and SpaceX to test spacecraft that will carry people to spaceThe Independent
Advisory committee seeks to enhance commercial space activitiesSpaceNews
Elon Musk's Weed Puff Spurs NASA Safety Review of SpaceX, Boeing: ReportSpace.com
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Orlando Sentinel

International Space Station turns 20 years old
Orlando Sentinel
Unity's mating with Zarya was the first of many missions for what is now a structure with a 240-foot-long pressurized module, 357.5-foot-long truss and 239.4-foot-long solar array that weighs 925,335 pounds with a habitable space of 13,696 cubic feet.
Video: Longest continual time lapse from spacePhys.Org
Look up! The International Space Station is flying over Wednesday nightNBC2 News
ISS astronaut finds NASA Windows floppy disks in spaceCNET
Interesting Engineering -News24
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Forbes

Pint-Sized Space Race: Miniature Rockets Are Starting To Crowd Launch Pads
Forbes
Payam Banazadeh's voice got excited as he described the satellites that his company, Capella Space, is building. Each satellite in his company's planned constellation will come equipped with a large, powered, eight square-meter antenna. An antenna that ...
The Next Space Race Could Be Won on the GroundMeriTalk (blog)

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