Companies replace countries as key players in space race

11/14/2010 | Space.com

Whereas nations used to compete against one another to build space stations, it's now private businesses that are leading the space race. Bigelow Aerospace of Las Vegas says it already has six clients lined up for an inflatable space habitat, and another venture, called the Commercial Space Station and led by two companies in Russia, is offering a combination laboratory and hotel.

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