Episode T+127: Gateway Habitat, Starhopper, and ABL Space Systems
I share some thoughts on three important stories from this week: NASA quietly announced their intention to sole source the Gateway habitat to Northrop Grumman, Starhopper made its first flight, and Lockheed Martin invested in ABL Space Systems.
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- NASA to sole source Gateway habitation module to Northrop Grumman - SpaceNews.com
- NASA selects Maxar to build first Gateway element - SpaceNews.com
- SpaceX’s Starship prototype has taken flight for the first time | Ars Technica
- Lockheed Martin Ventures Invests in ABL Space Systems - Main Engine Cut Off
- ABL Space Systems Increases Payload, Cuts Price, Drops Ursa Major - Main Engine Cut Off
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