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Space Station to Test Inflatable Habitat
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A prototype inflatable space module, developed by Bigelow Aerospace, will be tested aboard the International Space Station.

NASA will pay Bigelow $17.8 million for the experimental habitat, known as the Bigelow Expandable Activity Module, or BEAM.

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It would be the company’s third orbital prototype, but the
first to be tested as part of a crewed spacecraft. The demonstration
not only is expected to help Bigelow lease space to paying customers
aboard its planned free-flying Earth-orbiting outposts. NASA also is
interested in the technology for future deep space missions, such as to
an asteroid, the moon, or Mars.

“This partnership agreement … represents a step forward in
cutting-edge technology that can allow humans to thrive in space safely
and affordably,” NASA deputy administrator Lori Garver said in a
statement.

Details of the project will be announced Wednesday at Bigelow’s headquarters in Las Vegas.

Image: Using inflatable habitat concepts originally
conceived by NASA, Bigelow Aerospace hopes to have a commercial
alternative to space station technology. Credit: Bigelow Aerospace








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