Last week's loss of an unmanned Russian supply ship may be a bigger problem than first believed. NASA officials say keeping crews on the International Space Station now depend on finding and fixing the problem that caused the crash.
With the retirement of the Space Shuttle fleet, NASA is looking to the private sector to provide the rockets and ships necessary to keep the International Space Station going. If things go as planned, the first privately owned space capsule will dock at the space station in November.
To say that NASA is excited would be the understatement of the decade. Aerospace giant Boeing has announced that it will build its seven-seat crew capsule to fit the super reliable Atlas V rocket -- in the hope of carrying astronauts to the International Space Station by the end of 2015.
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