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From Public to Private: NASA’s Transition from ISS to Commercial Space Stations by 2030

NASA has announced plans to transition from the International Space Station (ISS) to privately owned space stations by 2030. This shift in focus will allow the space agency to reduce costs and allocate more resources towards its priorities, such as establishing a permanent human presence on the moon through the Artemis missions.

The ISS, which has been in operation for over two decades, is getting older and has been experiencing a number of problems, including cracks in a Russian module, air leaks, toilet failures, and issues with the oxygen supply system. NASA is working on developing new technology for the future, including a system to recycle urine from astronauts and tourists on the upcoming Orbital Reef space station.

By outsourcing the development of new space stations to commercial companies, NASA hopes to save money and focus on other priorities. The decommissioned ISS will disintegrate as it re-enters Earth’s atmosphere and falls into the ocean. This transition will not only save money for NASA but also open up opportunities for commercial space exploration. With the ISS being retired in the next decade, NASA is setting its sights on new frontiers in space exploration and colonization.

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