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Artist’s concept of Axiom Station.

Credit: Axiom Space

HOUSTON—Axiom Space, selected by NASA to berth the first element of an eventual commercial low Earth orbit-crewed free flyer at the International Space Station (ISS) in 2024, has significantly upgraded the architecture of its planned Axiom Station, providing an initial four-person crew capability…

 

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