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NASA Details ISS Single Flight Opportunity Requirement

NASA intends to launch a full and open competition for commercial entities interested in supporting an agency requirement to send an astronaut to the International Space Station via a short duration spaceflight mission.

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ASRC Federal Lands $354M Follow-On Program Analysis IDIQ

ASRC Federal has secured a potential five-year, $354M contract to help NASA plan and manage the space agency's programs, missions and projects. NASA said Tuesday the company's systems solutions unit will support documentation, scheduling, configuration, general business and earned value management functions under the Program Analysis and Control V contract.

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Spire Global Establishes DC Office to Support Federal Clients; Keith Johnson Quoted

Spire Global has established an office in Washington, D.C., to serve as a hub for the cloud analytics company to develop enterprise platforms designed to support government space data requirements. The D.C. facility represents Spire's third office in the country and its sixth worldwide.

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Blue Origin Signs Teaming Agreements to Pursue NASA Human Landing System Dev’t Program

Blue Origin has teamed up with three other companies to build and offer a delivery system for NASA's mission to put astronauts on the moon by 2024. Jeff Bezos' aerospace company said Tuesday it will collaborate with Lockheed Martin (NYSE: LMT), Northrop Grumman (NYSE: NOC) and Draper to create a Human Landing System in support of the Artemis program.

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