Three companies, including Jeff Bezos’ Blue Origin
(ANSA) – NEW YORK, DECEMBER 03 – NASA has awarded 415 million dollars (about 367 million euros) to three companies for the development of commercial space stations that could one day replace the International Space Station, which is destined to retire at the end of the decade. The three companies are Jeff Bezos’ Blue Origin, Nanoracks and Northrop Grumman which were awarded $ 130, 160 and $ 125.6 million respectively. The US media reported it. (HANDLE).