As funding falls, the ISS may have to part-privatise to stay in orbit

The future of space travel is looking increasingly private. Next year, out of four planned missions to land a rover on the Moon, two are by private companies and two by nation states.

Now it seems the trend towards private companies entering the space race is going to hit the International Space Station, too. Read more on WIRED.

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