Tag Archives: Benjamin Reed

Report: Execs Say Boeing, SpaceX Crew Vehicles Can Meet NASA Safety Thresholds

Boeing and SpaceX executives have said they believe their commercial space vehicles can meet NASA’s “loss-of-crew” requirement and other safety thresholds, SpaceNews reported Wednesday. John Mulholland, a vice president and program manager for the commercial crew program at Boeing, said the company has been evaluating the loss-of-mission, ascent-and-entry and loss-of-crew requirements …

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SpaceX Seeks Dragon Spacecraft Reuse for 2017 ISS Resupply Mission

SpaceX plans to launch used Dragon spacecraft for cargo delivery missions to the International Space Station by 2017 as part of the Elon Musk-owned company’s Commercial Resupply Services contract with NASA, SpaceNews reported Friday. Jeff Foust writes that Benjamin Reed, SpaceX director of commercial crew mission management, told the International Symposium for Personal and Commercial Spaceflight that SpaceX …

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