Bigelow Aerospace Inflatable Module will be next addition to the International Space Station. NASA awarded a $17.8 million contract to Bigelow to provide a new
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Robert Bigelow presented a series of charts at the recent International Space Development Conference which outline his company’s interesting product line of inflatable/expandable modular spacecraft.
Bigelow Aerospace just created a BSO company, to market and operate space habitats.
Bigelow Aerospace & ULA have an agreement to push for the creation of an inflatable orbiting Lunar Depot.
Watch astronaut Jeff Williams entering BEAM Expandable Module, installed some days ago on the Space Station…
Take a look at how the future habitat in space will be. This time-lapse video shows the complete Bigelow Aerospace BEAM expansion…
The Bigelow Expandable Activity Module attached to the International Space Station, successfully inflated at a second attempt.
BEAM the Bigelow Expandable Module is about to blow up, so that Space Station will gain a new inflatable room. BEAM’s expansion starts at 5:30
The Bigelow Expandable Activity Module, or BEAM, attached to the International Space Station early on April 16, 2016.
Two space companies just announced a partnership to launch an Inflatable Commercial Space Habitat in 2020.