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Today’s Deep Space Extra

7 Nov 2019, 15:08 UTC
Today’s Deep Space Extra
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In Today’s Deep Space Extra… A bipartisan authorization measure introduced in the U.S. Senate would extend NASA led operations of the International Space Station (ISS) until 2030, providing more time to transition over sight of low Earth activities to the private sector. The bill would also permit the agency to purchase additional seats aboard Russia’s Soyuz for transportation of NASA astronauts to and from the Station, while work to certify Boeing’s CST-100 and SpaceX’s Crew Dragon for the task continues. NASA unseals Apollo era Moon samples for analysis by a new generation of scientists with the latest instrumentation.
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New NASA authorization bill would extend ISS to 2030, and INKSNA waiver tooCoalition Members in the News – Boeing, Northrop GrummanSpacepolicyonline.com (11/6): A bipartisan sponsored NASA authorization measure introduced in the U.S. Senate on Wednesday would direct the agency to extend the life of the International Space Station (ISS) until 2030. It would also extend a waiver of the Iran, North Korea and Syria Nonproliferation Act to allow NASA to purchase Soyuz transportation to the Space Station from Russia from the end of 2020 until 2030 and instruct NASA to prepare an upgraded version of the Space Launch System ...

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