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"Futurama," the short-lived animated series that had a knack for nailing absurd predictions, envisioned the Taco Bellevue Hospital where patients could "supersize" their babies or try the "new chemo loco." So why not a space station? Credit: "Futurama" frame grab/ 20th Century Fox Television
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NanoRacks and Boeing are designing the new airlock to be used on the ISS and then moved to a future commercial space platform, Jeff Manber, NanoRacks chief executive, told SpaceNews. Credit: NanoRacks
NanoRacks and Boeing are designing the new airlock to be used on the ISS and then moved to a future commercial space platform, Jeff Manber, NanoRacks chief executive, told SpaceNews. Credit: NanoRacks
NanoRacks, which has used the airlock on the International Space Station's Kibo module to deploy dozens of customers' cubesats, wants to add its very own airlock to the ISS. Credit: NASA
The New Shepard space vehicle blasts off on its first developmental test flight over Blue Origin’s West Texas Launch Site April 29. The crew capsule reached apogee at 93,600 meters before beginning its descent back to Earth. Credit: Blue Origin photo
A NanoRacks Plate Reader device aboard the International Space Station in 2013. Credit: Nanoracks