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NASA buys $18M inflatable module for ISS.

 
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NASA buys $18M inflatable module for ISS.
How much safe these modules are against meteorites???



NASA has officially signed a deal to attach an inflatable private module to the International Space Station, space agency officials confirmed Friday, Jan. 11.

Under the new deal, NASA will pay $17.8 million to the Nevada-based private spaceflight firm Bigelow Aerospace for the company's Bigelow Expandable Activity Module (BEAM), which will be affixed to the orbiting lab as a technology demonstration.

"This partnership agreement for the use of expandable habitats represents a step forward in cutting-edge technology that can allow humans to thrive in space safely and affordably, and heralds important progress in U.S. commercial space innovation," NASA deputy chief Lori Garver said in a statement.
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Re: NASA buys $18M inflatable module for ISS.
After this module is installed, what's gonna happen with the pressure inside the ISS, if it's hit by a meteorite when it's not air-locked???

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