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originally posted by: Springer
a reply to: LookingAtMars
Be sure to watch the videos too.
originally posted by: PrinceRegent
a reply to: zatara
Have a dig around on the source material you do have . You're looking at a new and ultimate dos attack from which there is no defence , like the pinnacle of cyber warfare . It chops and throws the block . It creates defeat . You have never seen that message before - well then . It's for a company on the up and up -don't ask me who where or how or even why they're like ghosts in the night, and you only get a little look
Yes, you read that right: Rather than carefully evaluate proposals and pick the best offering from among Boeing, Lockheed Martin, Bigelow Aerospace, and other contenders, NASA is instead handing the Lunar Gateway habitat (or "hab") module contract to Northrop Grumman (NYSE:NOC) -- no competition required.
NASA says it’s choosing Northrop Grumman to build the habitation module for its future moon-orbiting Gateway outpost, because it’s the only company that can do the job in time for a 2024 lunar landing.
in a procurement document released last week, the space agency said the other companies that were competing to build the Minimal Habitation Module as part of NASA’s NextSTEP program — Bigelow Aerospace, Boeing, Lockheed Martin, NanoRacks and Sierra Nevada Corp. — couldn’t have their hardware ready in time to meet the deadline set by the Trump administration.