As BEAM continues to outperform expectations, NASA and BA
are in agreement to evolve BEAM into becoming an everyday asset aboard the ISS pic.twitter.com/3EHWMOETa6
— Bigelow Aerospace (@BigelowSpace) January 18, 2017
BEAM was attached to the International Space Station (ISS) last year for a two-year test of inflatable module technology. At present, it’s not being used by the crew, but the company’s Tweet hints at possible uses and a longer mission.
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