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Bigelow Space Ops
The sales, space operations and customer service company for commercial space stations in low Earth orbit and beyond.
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Bigelow Aerospace Jun 11
Bigelow Space Operations has secured up to 4 dedicated launches to fly up to 16 people to the . is committed. For more information visit:
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Bigelow Aerospace Jun 7
Bigelow Space Operations has made significant deposits for the ability to fly up to 16 people to the International Space Station on 4 dedicated flights. Photo credit:
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Bigelow Space Ops Oct 15
As research continues on the , we continue to realize how valuable and beneficial findings are for living in and here on Earth.
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Bigelow Space Ops Oct 1
Last week, a Japanese robotic cargo ship successfully arrived at the International Space Station, bringing more than 5 tons (4.5 metric tons) of food, fuel, supplies and scientific hardware.
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Bigelow Space Ops Sep 28
JAXA's Asteroid Explorer rendezvoused with on June 27 and will stay there for ~18 months. This video released by shows the voyage to the asteroid and the upcoming return to Earth.
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Bigelow Space Ops Sep 28
JAXA's Asteroid Explorer rendezvoused with on June 27 and will stay there for ~18 months. This video released by shows the voyage to the asteroid and the upcoming return to Earth.
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Johnson Space Center Sep 25
After 59 days and 11 hours, the Skylab 3 crew splashed down in the Pacific Ocean 45 years ago today. The mission was the longest human spaceflight up to that time and included three spacewalks, ground observations, and a variety of experiments.
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Jim Bridenstine Sep 23
Congratulations to the Japanese Space Agency! Can’t wait to see more!
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Bigelow Aerospace Sep 11
May we and stand strong together!
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Bigelow Aerospace Jul 25
The is the most pivotal stepping stone and proving ground for a future era of commercially owned and operated space stations.
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Bigelow Aerospace 12 Jul 18
Twelve years ago today our first spacecraft, Genesis I, was launched to space from Russia!
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Bigelow Aerospace 4 Jul 18
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Bigelow Aerospace 16 May 18
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Bigelow Aerospace 4 May 18
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Bigelow Space Ops 20 Apr 18
Sustainability is key.
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Bigelow Space Ops 19 Apr 18
Congratulations to administrator Jim Bridenstine on his confirmation by the Senate today! Looking forward to working with him to expand commercial space presence in LEO and beyond.
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NASA 12 Apr 18
Happy ! We work with our commercial + international partners to launch humans to space and are preparing to send humans to the Moon and on to Mars. See how:
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Bigelow Aerospace 5 Apr 18
Two years ago this month the only privately owned human-rated commercial habitat in space, BEAM, was added to .
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Bigelow Space Ops 23 Mar 18
Today we have at our plant getting familiar with the future of commercial space stations.
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NASA 17 Mar 18
Here's a look at a celestial shamrock! Many consider the shamrock to be a symbol of rebirth and life, so it's fitting that this nebula is a dusty region of star birth, seen by our Wide-field Infrared Survey Explorer. Take a closer look:
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