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NASA tells Boeing to fly three people to the ISS for six months

Washington: NASA has updated its commercial crew contract with Boeing to allow the US space company to fly three people to the International Space Station (ISS), which will remain there for up to six months from an earlier scheduled two-week voyage. The move is seen to quickly end reliance on Russian Soyuz flights to transport astronauts to the ISS as …

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NASA tells Boeing to fly three people to the ISS for six months

Washington, April 7 (IANS): NASA has updated its commercial crew contract with Boeing to allow the US space company to fly three people to the International Space Station (ISS), which will deploy up to six will stay months after a previously planned two-week trip. The move is considered over to quickly end dependency on Russian Soyuz flights to carry astronauts …

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Proxy advisor ISS recommends against GE hold auditors KPMG

(Reuters) – The proxy advisory firm Institutional Shareholder Services has recommended on Thursday that shareholders of General Electric Co ( GE.N ) vote against holding KPMG's auditing firm as the company's "certified public accountant" Non-securitized liabilities and accounting practices. " FILE PHOTO: The General Electric logo is displayed on the General Electric offshore wind turbine in Montoir-de-Bretagne near Saint-Nazaire, Western …

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NASA, Boeing Signal delayed regular missions to the space station

. 5 April 2018 11:15 am ET NASA and Boeing Co. have agreed to convert the company's commercial manned capsule's first test flight into an operational mission, one of several new signs officials will use to secure their bets on US spaceships routinely carrying astronauts to the International Space Station. Thursday's disclosure by The National Aviation and Space Agency suggests …

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Companies test spacecraft as the first commercial crew flights nearby

Collin Skocik 5. April 2018 SpaceX performs a drop test of its crew of Dragon parachutes. This scenario assessed a non-nominal situation by using only one of the two brake chutes and purposely skipping a trip level on one of the four main parachutes, NASA said. Photo Credit: SpaceX NASA's Commercial Crew program, which will deploy private subcontractors to transport …

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CRS-14 Dragon moorings with the International Space Station

Derek Richardson 4. April 2018 A file photo of a former Dragon spaceship on the International Space Station. The CRS-14 mission was captured on April 4, 2018 and sent to the outpost. Photo credits: NASA The CRS-14 Dragon capsule met with the International Space Station after a two-day trip to the outpost. The Capture by the Robot Canadarm2 took place …

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SpaceX successfully launches the Falcon 9 launch vehicle CRS-14 to the ISS

SpaceX, the US space company, launched its Falcon 9 rocket on Monday, transporting about 3 tons of material including some advanced hardware, equipment and the RemoveDebris satellite. This was the sixth Falcon 9 of 2018 for SpaceX. This time around, SpaceX sent an unmanned kite ship called CRS-14. The rocket started at about 16.30 from the Cape Canaveral Air Force …

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Gallery: Used CRS-14 Dragon capsule flies on used Falcon 9 rocket

A Falcon 9 with CRS-14 rises from the Space Launch Complex 40. Photo credits: Michael Howard / SpaceFlight Insider CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. – Taking off from the Space Launch Complex 40 of the Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, a SpaceX Falcon 9 sent the CRS-14 Dragon Capsel to the International Space Station . The launch took place at 16:30. EDT …

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Audacy prepares to send the next demo mission to the ISS

The Japanese Experiment Module – Exposed Facility, as it appears from Kibo. Photo: NASA When Audace's Zero CubeSat starts up, the company is already working on the next demonstration of the International Space Station (ISS) called Audacy Lynq. The mission will deploy a second-generation client terminal on the ISS that will enable communication for commercial users. The service, according to …

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