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Space Florida Award Winners To Send Science to ISS

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Two space experiments that won a ride to the ISS in a competition hosted by Space Florida are set to launch as part of SpaceX’s third paid cargo run to the outpost. 

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Prototype NASA Lander Crashes in Florida Test

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An experimental NASA lunar lander crashed Aug. 9 during its first free-flight test, erupting in a ball of flame after it hit the ground.

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Florida Seeks NASA Land For Commercial Launch Site

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Space Florida, the state-backed aerospace development agency, is requesting NASA transfer 60 hectares of land north of the space shuttles’ launch pads for possible development of a new commercial launch site.

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Space Florida Secures Loan for KSC Visitor Complex

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Space Florida, the state’s arm for aerospace-related economic development, said Sept. 24 that it had closed on a $62.5 million credit facility with Bank of America to support construction of the Space Shuttle Atlantis exhibit at the Kennedy Space Center (KSC) Visitor Complex.

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