NASA extends Lockheed Martin work for space station

April 6, 2015 4:52 PM

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The extension is for one year and carries a value of $23 million. It is the second of four options in the original Cargo Mission Contract awarded to the company in late 2010.

"The Lockheed Martin cargo mission team has responded with flexibility and ingenuity to changes in manifests to keep the space station crew supplied with critical items and support scientific research," said Art Ibers, Lockheed Martin vice president for Exploration and Mission Support.

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