NASA Partners
with Boeing and
SpaceX
As we have witnessed the consistent
efforts by congress to slash and cut
the NASA budget, many have
wondered what may l...
Bill Nye, head of the Planetary
Society and well-known figure in
today's science, has expressed these
shared concerns i...
Despite cuts, the Obama
administration has not completely
neglected NASA programs,
repeatedly insisting the U.S. should...
In the wake of proposed budget cuts
and uncertainty of these NASA
programs, the private industry has
taken the lead. Co...
NASA announced earlier this
month that it will be partnering
with American companies
Boeing and SpaceX with the
hopes ...
Both have already submitted
designs to transport astronauts
to the International Space
Station, which could be
operati...
Over the last 2 years, SpaceX and Orbital
Sciences have initiated the pathway for
US-launched missions by transporting
...
Not only will we end our reliance on
Russia, but we will bring human
spaceflight launches back to
American soil.
NASA is launching a new and
ambitious chapter of the iconic
American program. SpaceX founder
and Tesla Motors CEO, Elon...
The dreamers at SpaceX and Boeing
possess the vision and knowhow to
accomplish these goals. Today, we
are a step closer...
Tomorrow may find us
closer to putting humans on
Mars.
The future is bright.
For more information about
Ben Sheehy, check out his
blog at…
http://bensheehyphoto.com/
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NASA Partners with Boeing and SpaceX

In this presentation, Ben Sheehy discusses the recent announcement from NASA and its partnership with Boeing and SpaceX.
Published on: Mar 3, 2016
Published in: Science      
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Transcripts - NASA Partners with Boeing and SpaceX

  • 1. NASA Partners with Boeing and SpaceX
  • 2. As we have witnessed the consistent efforts by congress to slash and cut the NASA budget, many have wondered what may lie ahead for our beloved space program. Budget cuts present a real threat to the goals and ambitions of the NASA program.
  • 3. Bill Nye, head of the Planetary Society and well-known figure in today's science, has expressed these shared concerns in a letter to President Obama.
  • 4. Despite cuts, the Obama administration has not completely neglected NASA programs, repeatedly insisting the U.S. should not rely on foreign nations to get into space.
  • 5. In the wake of proposed budget cuts and uncertainty of these NASA programs, the private industry has taken the lead. Companies from all over the aerospace industry have submitted proposals to NASA, exposing a light at the end of the tunnel - a very bright light.
  • 6. NASA announced earlier this month that it will be partnering with American companies Boeing and SpaceX with the hopes of returning space launches to American soil.
  • 7. Both have already submitted designs to transport astronauts to the International Space Station, which could be operational within a few years.
  • 8. Over the last 2 years, SpaceX and Orbital Sciences have initiated the pathway for US-launched missions by transporting cargo to the International Space Station. With the help of Boeing and SpaceX, NASA is closer to taxiing astronauts to and from space.
  • 9. Not only will we end our reliance on Russia, but we will bring human spaceflight launches back to American soil.
  • 10. NASA is launching a new and ambitious chapter of the iconic American program. SpaceX founder and Tesla Motors CEO, Elon Musk, remains enthusiastic as he publicly expresses his vision for the future of space travel.
  • 11. The dreamers at SpaceX and Boeing possess the vision and knowhow to accomplish these goals. Today, we are a step closer to launching our astronauts into space from U.S. soil on American-made spacecraft.
  • 12. Tomorrow may find us closer to putting humans on Mars. The future is bright.
  • 13. For more information about Ben Sheehy, check out his blog at… http://bensheehyphoto.com/

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