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Blue Origin, SpaceX, ULA to compete for $5.6 billion in Pentagon launch contracts


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Blue Origin, SpaceX, ULA to compete for $5.6 billion in Pentagon launch contracts

The three companies will compete for at least 30 national security missions to be awarded from fiscal year 2025 to 2029

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WASHINGTON — The U.S. Space Force has selected Blue Origin, SpaceX, and United Launch Alliance for the National Security Space Launch Phase 3 launch services program. The three companies won contracts potentially worth $5.6 billion over five years, the Pentagon announced June 13. 

The three companies will compete for orders over the contract period starting in fiscal year 2025 through 2029. Under the NSSL program, the Space Force orders individual launch missions up to two years in advance. At least 30 NSSL Lane 1 missions are expected to be competed over the five years.

Read More: ➡️ SpaceNews

 

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