I know that Clark and Keith have already mentioned this, but I have to congratulate NASA for finally obeying the law and purchasing commercial services from ZeroG instead of just running their own in-house NASA proprietary Vomit Comet. Whoever pushed this through deserves congratulations.
Peter D. and ZeroG also deserve kudos for not giving up (and for building a business that was AFAIK doing well even without NASA as a customer).
Now if only we could get the guys at ESMD to follow their lead…
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