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Starlab Completes System Review for Commercial Space Station

Airbus and US startup Voyager have formed a joint venture for Starlab, a commercial successor to the International Space Station (ISS). Starlab aims to serve NASA and the European Space Agency, competing with other projects like Orbital Reef and Northrop Grumman's space station. Starlab recently completed its System Requirements Review, advancing toward its goal of stimulating the commercial space economy and providing science and crew capabilities. The new facility will be served by rockets, increasing helium demand.

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