The Commercial Crew & Cargo Program will extend human presence in space by enabling an expanding and robust U.S. commercial space transportation industry.
NASA's Commercial Crew Program (CCP) is an innovative partnership to help the United States industry develop space transportation systems that can safely launch astronauts to the International Space Station (ISS) and other low Earth orbit destinations.
Reports and documents from NASA's Commercial Spaceflight Development Division.
NASA's Commercial Crew Program partners shard plans to launch U.S. astronauts to low-Earth orbit from Space Coast during a National Space Club ...› Read More
NASA has entered into a partnership agreement with Craig Technologies to maintain an inventory of unique processing and manufacturing equipment for ...› Read More
NASA Associate Administrator Robert Lightfoot reported on the space agency's current and future initiatives during an employee briefing on June 4.› Read More
05.31.13 - Rocket University engineers are developing fast-track projects to imporve skills needed to help design flight systems of the future.
05.31.13 - Twelfth issue, with articles on progress and milestone completed by the CCiCap partners.
05.30.13 - NASA astronaut Jack Fischer visited Langley's Cockpit Motion Facility in May to fly simulated Sierra Nevada Corporation Dream Chaser landings.
Provides leadership, expertise and cost-effective services in the commercial arena to satisfy Agencywide space transportation requirements and maximize the opportunity for mission success.
NASA's Chief Technologist serves as the NASA Administrator's principal advisor and advocate on matters concerning agency-wide technology policy and programs.