WASHINGTON — NASA has increased the support contract to the Virginia
Space Flight Authority/Mid-Atlantic Regional Spaceport at NASA’s
Wallops Flight Facility, Wallops Island, Va., to provide launch
services for expendable launch vehicles.
The indefinite delivery, indefinite-quantity, with fixed price and
cost reimbursable task orders contract addition has a potential value
of approximately $43 million through May 3, 2014.
Current and long-term capabilities of Wallops are being enhanced to
provide launch services and capabilities to safely and successfully
launch small and medium class orbital missions for NASA, other
federal organizations and commercial launch providers.
Wallops will be the launch site for the NASA Lunar Atmosphere and Dust
Experiment Explorer (LADEE) mission aboard an Air Force Minotaur V
rocket in late 2012. Wallops also will support processing and
launches through the spaceport for commercial cargo re-supply
services to the International Space Station with Orbital Sciences
Corporation’s Taurus II launch vehicle beginning in 2011.
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