NASA seeks ‘space tug’ ideas to pull ISS out of orbit in fiery finale

NASA is seeking proposals from U.S. industry to build a “space tug” to deorbit the International Space Station in the early 2030s.

The agency plans to use the US Deorbit Vehicle (USDV) to conduct it safely International Space Station (ISS) Earth’s atmosphere, (White House officials previously called this vehicle a “space tug.”) If everything goes according to NASA’s plan, after the ISS program ends, industry-led space station flights and commercial research will move forward, which now their early stages of development,

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