Via Scoop.it – New Space: A New Era In Space Exploration
(Reuters) – After the U.S. space shuttle program ends this month, NASA will rely on Russia and its Soyuz craft to deliver Americans to the International Space Station — at a cost of more than $50 million a seat.
That could change relatively soon as three companies develop commercial space taxis to launch from the United States — Boeing Co, Space Exploration Technologies, also known as SpaceX, and Sierra Nevada Corp.
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