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US wants to privatize International Space Station: report

Space Daily Tuesday, 13 February 2018
US wants to privatize International Space Station: reportWashington (AFP) Feb 11, 2018

Could the International Space Station become a commercial venture run by private industry? That is the wish of the White House, which hopes to end funding for the costly program within a few years, The Washington Post reported Sunday. The US plan, the paper said, involves privatizing the ISS, a low-orbit space station piloted by the US space agency NASA and developed jointly with its Ru
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