NanoRacks is pursuing more international commercial and government customers for its space station offerings, amid a global explosion in new commercial space ventures and activities. The company is opening up its first office outside the U.S. with the hopes that an expanded presence in Europe will help it tap into a growing customer base across Europe and Asia. “The exploration industry is growing at an extraordinary pace,” said Jeff Manber… This content is available to subscribers only. Sign in to your account. Not a subscriber? Sign up here.
Kendra R Chamberlain
Editor and analyst at The Enterprise Orbit, covering new space business and technology developments; freelance journalist covering telecom, renewable energy technology & smart infrastructure.
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