Tag Archives: International Space Station

NASA to Mark Launch of SpaceX’s Crewed ISS Flight With ‘Worm’ Insignia; Jim Bridenstine Quoted

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NASA has announced the return of the “worm” logo to mark the launch of the Crew Dragon spacecraft atop the SpaceX’s Falcon 9 rocket to transport astronauts to the International Space Station as part of the Demo-2 mission. SpaceX’s first manned flight to the ISS is scheduled to occur by mid- or late-May, NASA said Thursday.

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NASA OKs Axiom’s Commercial Space Station Module Proposal

Axiom Space has received NASA approval to build a commercial destination module to help the agency continue  low-Earth orbit missions once the International Space Station is decommissioned. The company said Monday it won the NextSTEP-2 Appendix I solicitation that provides for the Axiom Station, a facility that would initially serve as an ISS attachment and eventually as a replacement.

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