Now, NASA, which is in the hands of Jim Bridenstine, will take some of the use of space resources from Russia. According to the Washington Post, NASA is currently considering the feasibility of opening an international space shuttle tour to private visitors. In the past, similar projects have brought many incomes to the Russian space industry (now many private companies are taking this route), and this is obviously not appealing to NASA now.
However, the planned space tour is still just a proposal and should be approved by the Advisory Committee (there is already a NASA advisory group to support it). In addition, NASA is considering opening advertisements for astrologers, the title of the space capsule, and allowing astronauts to conduct private business activities at the space station, etc., indicating that exploration of commercialization continues to produce a lot of heat.