Congressmen want NASA launch pad open to many

NASA should not move too quickly to lease to one company the Kennedy Space Center launch pad once used by Apollo, say two congressmen, who want the site to be potentially open to multiple companies. U.S. Reps. Frank Wolf, R-Va., and Robert Aderholt, R-Ala., wrote a letter to NASA Administrator Charles Bolden urging NASA to make said Launch Complex 39A available to multiple launch firms. SpaceX wants the site for its exclusive use while another firm, Blue Origin, wants to use it for multiple companies.

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