Voyager Space and Airbus deepen tie-up on new space station
The two companies announced plans in January for Airbus to provide design support for Voyager's Starlab, one of three projects pre-selected by NASA to draw up plans for a potential commercial successor to the ISS.
Race to build ISS successor: Voyager Space and Airbus strengthen partnership
Voyager Space, a US space venture company, and Airbus, a renowned aerospace firm, on Wednesday announced that they will be collaborating in the pursuit of constructing a private version of the International Space Station (ISS). In their recent announcement, they said Airbus would be the core partner in a newly planned venture responsible for the development, construction, and operation of the orbital research post.
Airbus and Voyager announce alliance to build and operate space station
“The joint venture will bring together world references in the space field, while at the same time it will further connect North American and European interests in space exploration,” the statement said.
Voyager teams up with the European company Airbus to build Starlab, the commercial space station that is competing to be the replacement for the ISS
Los viajes comerciales al espacio han llegado de la mano de compañías como SpaceX, Virgin Galactics y Blue Origin y a finales de esta década se afianzarán con Starlab de Voyager, la que aspira a ser la primera estación espacial comercial de la humanidad. Este es uno de los tres proyectos preseleccionados por la NASA para sustituir a la Estación Espacial Internacional (EEI), que dejará de estar operativa 2030, y donde clientes privados podrán acu…
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