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Commercialization

NASA Picks Three ISS Follow-on Concepts

By Keith Cowing
December 2, 2021
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NASA Picks Three ISS Follow-on Concepts

NASA Selects Companies to Develop Commercial Destinations in Space
The total estimated award amount for all three funded Space Act Agreements is $415.6 million. The companies that received awards are:
Blue Origin of Kent, Washington, for $130 million
Nanoracks LLC, of Houston for $160 million
Northrop Grumman Systems Corporation of Dulles, Virginia, for $125.6 million
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