If you think there is no good property left on earth, here is something for you. United State’s space agency, NASA is planning to sell out its space station. Maybe you could try your hands over there! #JustSaying
However, that dream deal might never come true for you. National Aeronautics & Space Agency is already in talks with a commercial firm that will supposedly take over the operations of ISS in 2020.
Talking to reporters, Mr. Bill Hill, the Deputy Associate Administrator for Exploration Systems Development, explained the precise plan of the agency. “Ultimately, our desire is to hand the space station over to either a commercial entity or some other commercial capability, so that research can continue in low-Earth orbit,” he said.
According to a news published on Tech Crunch, the organization has managed to fetch funding to support its operations until 2020 from the current Obama government, however, this move was important to feed their future explorations, which also include upcoming manned missions to Moon and Mars.
The name of the commercial firm, which will be operating the ISS from 2020, is yet to be disclosed.