DailyDirt: Commercial Space

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Now that the Space Shuttle has been retired, NASA temporarily has no vehicle of its own to send astronauts into space. The plan is to encourage commercial entities to be more interested in manned spaceflight, and there are a handful of companies that are taking a shot at putting people on rocketships. Here are just a few interesting links on the future of commercial space missions. By the way, StumbleUpon can also recommend some good Techdirt articles, too.

Filed Under: burt rutan, low earth orbit, manned missions, mothership, paul allen, space shuttle, spacecraft
Companies: nasa, spacex, stratolaunch systems


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