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ULA will dedicate slots on Atlas V rockets to launch CubeSats to space. Photo: ULA
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More CubeSats Heading To Space, Says United Launch Alliance


United Launch Alliance is making it easier – and cheaper – for universities to send miniature experiments to space. These micro-experiments, called CubeSats, are about the size of a box of tissue. And until now, they’ve had to find a bigger satellite to share a ride to space.
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Companies like SpaceX and Boeing will benefit from the extended life of the international Space Station, one of the provisions of the US Commercial Space Launch Competitiveness Act.
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Senate Bill Boosts Commercial Space Industry


Florida lawmakers and space industry experts are hailing a senate bill aimed at boosting the commercial space industry. Key parts of the bill include extending the life of the International Space Station- and laying out rules for asteroid mining.
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This aerial view looking north shows space shuttle Complex 39 Launch Pads A (foreground) and B at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center. To the right is the Atlantic Ocean. (2006) Photo credit: Cory Huston, NASA
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NASA: No New Launch Pads At KSC – For Now


The plan for new commercial launch pads at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center has ended – for now. The plan was to develop commercial launch pads on the north end of KSC – book ending former shuttle pads 39A and 39B.
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