Boeing Signs Deal To Use OPF 3 at KSC (Update)

NASA to Announce New Agreement for Kennedy Facilities Monday

Boeing to sign lease for NASA's space shuttle hangar, Reuters

"The company has reached agreement with Space Florida, a state-backed agency working to expand space-related businesses in Florida, to lease Orbiter Processing Facility 3 at the center, Boeing spokeswoman Susan Wells said on Friday."

Keith's note: Oddly, as of 2:00 pm EDT neither Space Florida or the Commercial Spaceflight Federation have bothered to put out a press release regarding this big commercial space news (announced at 10:00 am EDT today) - even though Boeing confirmed this specific agreement last Friday. Neither organization had anything public to say about last week's commercial crew hearings either.

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