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As NASA pursues more distant and complex missions beyond low-Earth orbit, the demand for resources is strained. To relieve this stress, NASA has partnered with a number of commercial partners to provide transportation to and from low-Earth orbit, including the International Space Station. Businesses like SpaceX, Boeing, and Sierra Nevada are developing crew modules to safely and efficiently transport humans and cargo. This exhibit outlines the relationship between NASA and its commercial partners. Each partner is contributing incredible new technology to space flight in ways we’ve only dreamed. Start your own exploration of commercial space flight here.
The Moon and Beyond, Booth Library, Exhibits