Is Spacehab Set To Soar?By
Shares of Spacehab (SPAB), the first company to develop and operate habitable modules aboard the U.S. Space Shuttle, remain firmly earthbound. Spacehab went public on Dec. 20, 1995, at 12. They're now at 10, down from 15 in early April. No matter, say some of Spacehab's almost cultish following. They're buying for one reason: They foresee NASA privatizing much of the space program, which would boost demand for Spacehab's services.
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