Northrop Grumman has changed plans—they’ve ended their own space station project, and will contribute to Starlab. At the same time, Blue Origin and Sierra Space are reconsidering their Orbital Reef plans, amidst changing leadership and raising money.
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- Northrop Grumman to join Voyager Space commercial space station project - SpaceNews
- Blue Origin, Sierra Space Orbital Reef space station in limbo
- Sierra Space raises $290 million - SpaceNews
- Jeff Bezos finally got rid of Bob Smith at Blue Origin | Ars Technica
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