Commercial Crew Program Blog Now Live
By Space Coast Daily // June 6, 2014
blog to provide updates during flight tests
ABOVE VIDEO: NASA’s Commercial Crew Program and its aerospace partners are putting in the time and energy to make the innovations needed to power America’s next generation of human spacecraft destined to launch from American soil to low-Earth orbit. Through Space Act Agreements with the program, Blue Origin, Boeing, Sierra Nevada Corporation and SpaceX are achieving milestones, moving the country closer to domestic crewed access to space.
The Commercial Crew Program blog lifted off this week.
Videos, photos, news releases and features will be posted on the new site, which can be subscribed to for instant notification when updates are posted.
The blog will also provide up-to-the-minute updates during flight tests including pad abort and launch abort missions later this year.
BLOG TO PROVIDE UPDATES DURING FLIGHT TESTS
And don’t worry, the creation of the blog will not take away from the program’s other social media presence including Facebook and Twitter. Of course, we’ll continue to keep up our home on the NASA website, too.
You can keep up with the latest program developments, partner milestones, contract updates and other information regarding NASA’s Commercial Crew Program at Blogs.NASA.gov/CommercialCrew