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NASA and Axiom Space deal is a ‘win for the global space community’

NASA and Axiom Space have finalized the details of their first private mission to the International Space Station, a “victory of the global space community,” according to ANU astrophysicist and cosmologist Dr. Brad Tucker. Dr. Tucker said the deal would allow professional civilian astronauts working in the enterprise to go to space, starting in about seven months. Axiom Space has signed a contract with NASA and SpaceX to send astronauts into space. NASA provided the company with food and bedding. The deal “will directly benefit us here in Australia,” Dr. Tucker said, as more vehicles in space mean more experiments and more assets could be sent. It was. “That means there are better options. You don’t have to wait years for the experiment to go up, just a few months.”

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