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NASA will pay the Russian Federal Space Agency $21.8 million per passenger for Soyuz rides to and from the international space station (ISS) starting this spring.
NASA spokeswoman Melissa Mathews said January 5 that the U.S. space agency and its Russian counterpart concluded a $43.8 million deal just before New Year's Day that includes Soyuz transportation to and from the space station for NASA's newly named Expedition 13 crew member, Jeff Williams, and a ride home for astronaut Bill McArthur, who has been living onboard the station since October.
Originally posted by CyberWasp
Lets put an end to these endless Moon Structure Anomalies.
How much would it cost to send an ATS member led mission to put an end the endless Moon conspiracies. With a few sponsers it may not be all that hard to do.
With the technology today it would not be hard to send a Mars style Rover or even just a low orbiting Satelite may be adequate with the Camera technology now available.
We can put to rest all the questions once and for all as we would be incharge of all the data that was collected.