From: Commercial Spaceflight Federation
Posted: Monday, November 8, 2010
Rapid pace of accomplishments poises industry for further progress in upcoming CCDev Round 2
Washington, D.C., Monday, November 8, 2010 - Showcasing the potential of commercial crew transportation and commercial fixed-price agreements, five company teams selected by NASA in February 2010 under the $50 million Commercial Crew Development Round One program have built significant working hardware in just nine months, new images and data show.
- Please see attached press release for information on the progress of the five teams participating in Commercial Crew Development Round One: Sierra Nevada Corporation, Paragon Space Development Corporation, United Launch Alliance, Blue Origin, and Boeing.
- A higher-resolution version of the attached press release is also available for download (file size: 10 MB).
About the Commercial Spaceflight Federation
The mission of the Commercial Spaceflight Federation (CSF) is to promote the development of commercial human spaceflight, pursue ever-higher levels of safety, and share best practices and expertise throughout the industry. The Commercial Spaceflight Federation's member companies, which include commercial spaceflight developers, operators, spaceports, suppliers, and service providers, are creating thousands of high-tech jobs nationwide, working to preserve American leadership in aerospace through technology innovation, and inspiring young people to pursue careers in science and engineering. For more information please visit www.commercialspaceflight.org or contact Executive Director John Gedmark at email@example.com or at 202.349.1121.
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