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Taking Them Seriously?

Thomas James says that NASA might be starting to get serious about commercial support of ISS.

Posted by Rand Simberg at February 09, 2005 05:41 AM
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I think T.L. James last sentence is the true nut of the ISS commercialization issue. As mentioned, NASA has made commercialization overtures before, but when it came time to bite, the response has been; "the commercial technology is not mature enough."

Posted by Leland at February 10, 2005 09:52 AM

If the Aerospace industry in this country cannot at least duplicate the 30 year old technology now being used to do the job and make a profit in the process maybe there is no hope for our present industry.

Posted by jjs at February 10, 2005 12:39 PM

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