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- 1. Boeing, Bastion Collaborate Under NASA Small Business Development Program
Boeing and Houston-based Bastion Technologies, Inc., a Boeing supplier for almost 20 years, have signed an agreement under a NASA program to help grow Bastion’s expertise and opportunities in the aerospace market. Called the Mentor-Protégé Program, the initiative encourages NASA prime contractors (mentors) to help small businesses (protégés) develop expertise needed to perform NASA
- 2. Space Adventures Client to Participate in Scientific Research Developed by NASA
Space Adventures Client to participate in Scientific Research Developed by NASA. Mr. Garriott is scheduled to launch on October 12 onboard a Soyuz TMA spacecraft from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan en route to the International Space Station (ISS). He will be joining the Expedition 18 crew which includes NASA astronaut Michael Fincke and Russian cosmonaut Yuri Lonchakov.
- 3. NASA Orders Three Airbus H135 Helicopters
NASA has placed an order for three Airbus H135 helicopters. The H135s will be operated out of the Kennedy Space Center in Florida for a variety of missions, including rocket launches, security, emergency medical services, and passenger transport. Two of the helicopters are scheduled for delivery later this summer, with a third planned for early 2021.
- 4. Boeing-Built Satellite Completes NASA’s Space Communications Network
The sixth and final Boeing Tracking and Data Relay Satellite (TDRS), launched on Friday, will enhance NASA’s space communications network when the satellite becomes fully operational early next year.
- 5. NASA's X-43A Scramjet Breaks Speed Record
NASA's X-43A Scramjet Breaks Speed Record.
- 6. NASA provides Virgin Atlantic GlobalFlyer with state-of-the-art Live Video Communications
NASA provides Virgin Atlantic GlobalFlyer with state-of-the-art Live Video Communications.
- 7. NASA Awards Boeing Mission to Transport Crew to International Space Station
NASA has awarded a mission to Boeing to transport crew to the International Space Station (ISS) with flights beginning in 2017. It is the second time this year that Boeing has been awarded a crew rotation mission. In May, the agency awarded Boeing its first commercial human spaceflight mission.
- 8. Boeing Awarded First Commercial Human Spaceflight Mission
NASA issued a task order as part of Boeing’s $4.2 billion Commercial Crew Transportation Capability (CCtCap) contract recently to include the company’s first-ever service flight to the International Space Station. The award marks the first time in human spaceflight history NASA has contracted with a commercial company for a human spaceflight mission.
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