Mark Sirangelo talks with MM about the goal of building a robust, low-cost transportation system to low earth orbit and the complex, multifaceted relationships between commercial space companies.+ More details
At the National Space Society's International Space Development Conference in Washington, D.C., PBS News reporter Miles O'Brien explores whether a competitive atmosphere exists between the different companies involved in commercial spaceflight.+ More details
In part 2 of his interview with MM, Mark Sirangelo provides details about the Dream Chaser spacecraft's design and development, talks about NASA's test milestones with first scheduled flight of the full-sized production vehicle in the summer of 2012, and lays out the roadmap for crewed testing.+ More details
James Muncy talks with MM about how lawmakers have progressed and held back commercial and human spaceflight.+ More details
At the Space Frontier Foundation’s 2012 NewSpace Conference in Santa Clara, California, Phil McAlister, Director of NASA's Commercial Spaceflight Development, talks with MM about the history and progress of NASA's commercial cargo and crew programs.+ More details
Phil McAlister, NASA's Director of Commercial Spaceflight Development, talks about the progress and remaining goals of the CCDev2 program and the companies involved, and what is in store for CCiCap.+ More details
At the 2011 International Symposium for Personal and Commercial Spaceflight in Las Cruces, New Mexico, NASA's Deputy Administrator Lori B. Garver talks about the highlight of her career at NASA, the switch for CCDev from Space Act Agreements to FAR and more.+ More details
At NewSpace 2011, Dr. Space talks about the current state of the NewSpace movement, its entanglement with government, its role in advancing space development, and its outlook.+ More details
At the 2012 Space Access Conference in Phoenix, Arizona, Bruce Pittman, the Director of NASA's Commercial Space Portal talks about how NASA is helping commercial space companies succeed.+ More details
James Muncy talks with MM about how NASA and lawmakers have slowly turned over parts of human spaceflight to the commercial sector and why they should continue down that path.+ More details
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