NASA orders more ISS cargo flights from Northrop Grumman and SpaceX
NASA has upped the number of cargo missions as part of its CRS-2 contract originally signed in 2016, from 20 to 32 with all to take place before 2026. The 12 extra flights have gone to Northrop Grumman (six on the Antares-launched Cygnus) and SpaceX (six on the Falcon 9-launched Dragon). Of the 32 CRS-2 contracts awarded so far, 14 missions have gone to Northrop Grumman, three missions to Sierra Nevada Corporation (now Sierra Space), and 15 missions to SpaceX.
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