NASA's Chief Defends Commercial Spaceflight Agreements

NASA chief Charles Bolden found himself defending the U.S. space agency’s practice of investing in commercial companies to ferry cargo – and one day crew – to the International Space Station. The grilling came less than a week after Orbital Science’s successful rocket test flight and after several successful SpaceX cargo flights to the International Space Station.

Senators on the appropriations subcommittee for Commerce, Justice and Science questioned NASA’s priorities as they …

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