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NASA’s CCiCap: Can Space Taxis Help the Pentagon?

Dream Chaser & Atlas V (click to view full) With the retirement of the Space Shuttle in 2011, American manned missions to the International Space Station have mostly involved Russia’s Soyuz spacecraft, which cost about $63 million per seat. The lone exception has involved the commercial space innovator SpaceX, whose unmanned Dragon capsule docked at the ISS [...]
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