NASA is running out of astronauts
According to the National Research Council of the United States, the number of astronauts in the past 10 years has decreased from 150 to 61. The remaining astronauts would now no longer be sufficient for the continuous exchange of US crew members of the International Space Station. If the 'National Aeronautics and Space Administration' fails to increase the size of its astronaut team soon, NASA should (according to our believe) consider to rely on freelancers. In a quick poll among our professionals in engineering, we could quickly identify three contractors who would consider extending their geographical work area towards the earth orbit. Please contact us if you are willing to support NASA. We would then forward our list of candidates to the Kennedy Space Center at Cape Canaveral.
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This article was published in the Australia Freelance Market-News 68.