Commercial Space Watch: Spacecraft Facilities

BRPH: The Old and the New in Spacecraft Facilities, Commercial Space Watch

"Switching out a spacecraft maintenance facility is definitely not an easy task. Besides the obvious requirements to contain toxic fuels and provide enough power, there is also the work of deciding what previous structures will be useful to new contractors."

Marc's note: We hear a lot about the big commercial space companies or the some of the so called "NewSpace" companies but what about the smaller commercial companies working in the background? Many of these companies contribute significantly to the economy. Here's a good story on BRPH featured on our site Commercial Space Watch. BTW the new web address for Commercial Space Watch is, why not bookmark it?

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