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Commercialization

Bigelow Steps Up Marketing

By Keith Cowing
May 6, 2010
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Bigelow Marketing Inflatable Space Stations, Aviation Week
“Bigelow envisions governments and corporations making up the bulk of his company’s customers. Prices will range from $200 million-$400 million, depending on the number of “seats” that are purchased. He is pitching Bigelow Aerospace’s space station as an “affordable alternative” to the International Space Station, which “is controlled by the Russians and the U.S., with another 14 or so countries along for the ride.”

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