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NASA May Hire Japanese Spacecraft For ISS Service Mission 87

Posted by timothy
from the gudgilla-power dept.
schliz writes "NASA is talking to Japan's space agency about using one of its spacecraft for servicing missions to the International Space Station, according to Japanese media reports. NASA has been considering various options to maintain its commitment to the Space Station after the Space Shuttle is retired from service in 2010. According to Japanese newspaper Yomiuri Shimbun, 'unofficial negotiations' between NASA and the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (Jaxa) began in February."
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NASA May Hire Japanese Spacecraft For ISS Service Mission

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