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I wonder what ISS the next generation will be like?  Or will the private sector take over and dominate space exploration and exploitation going forward?

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39 minutes ago, OverSword said:

I wonder what ISS the next generation will be like?  Or will the private sector take over and dominate space exploration and exploitation going forward?

I tend to think the private sector will dominate in the not-too-distant future.

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Just now, Saru said:

I tend to think the private sector will dominate in the not-too-distant future.

It's inevitable if there is a profit to be made.  Watched a documentary a while back about the development of machines designed to mine on the moon.  At this point it looks like too big a challenge due to low gravity and the coarseness of moon dust.  

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We need that to be filmed in the ISS, outside of it and on the ground.

Next station need to be at a lagrange point.
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