Tuesday, 23 July 2013

Boeing provides first look at CST-100 space capsule

NASA and Boeing have unveiled a mock up of the Crew Space Transport (CST-100) space capsule. In an event held at Boeing’s Houston Product Support Center in Texas, members of the press were invited to view a fully outfitted test version of the spacecraft. As part of the proceedings, two NASA astronauts kitted-out in flight suits conducted tests on working in the capsule... Continue Reading Boeing provides first look at CST-100 space capsule

Section: Space

Tags: Boeing, CST-100, International Space Station, NASA, Spacecraft

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