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NASA Space Science

NASA's Commercial Plans for Kennedy Space Center 106

Posted by CmdrTaco
from the free-tang-for-everyone dept.
coondoggie writes "Whether or not NASA launches two or three more shuttle missions, NASA's venerable hub of operations, the Kennedy Space Center will need a new mission. That's why NASA today said it was looking to morph the center's unique space rocket facilities into a new more commercial role after the shuttles stop flying. While its facilities would likely rise far above others, NASA could find some competition in any commercial launch venture."
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