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Today’s Deep Space Extra

3 Nov 2021, 14:50 UTC
Today’s Deep Space Extra
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In Today’s Deep Space Extra… The Plant Habitat-04 experiment aboard the International Space Station expands variety of space food. Hubble still in safe mode while NASA works to understand why the observatory stopped operations on October 25.

Human Space ExplorationThe commercial space station raceCoalition Members in the News – Axiom Space, Boeing, Lockheed Martin, NanoracksThe Space Review (11/1): With an estimated audience of 5,000, last week’s International Astronautical Congress (IAC) in Dubai sparked the sharing of details about plans for commercial space stations prepared to succeed the International Space Station (ISS), which this week marked the 21st anniversary of continuous human occupation. Just ahead of the conference, Nanoracks, Voyager Space Holdings and Lockheed Martin unveiled a freeflyer concept called Starlab. Four days later, Blue Origin, Boeing, Redwire, and Sierra Space unveiled their concept, Orbital Reef. Those join first-out Axiom Space with a private space station strategy. Funding from Congress, it appears, will pace future progress.
NASA, Space Force see growing opportunities to use commercial space servicesCoalition Members in the News – Axiom Space, Boeing, Lockheed Martin, NanoracksSpaceNews.com (11/2): Core elements of human space exploration will come down in cost thanks to industry competition, said Alex McDonald, NASA’s chief ...

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