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    • Starliner Structural Test Article Brings it Home Again

      After years of designing, months of building, weeks of preparation, days of ‎intense concentration and hours of fine-tuning, the upper and lower domes of Boeing’s CST-100 Starliner Structural Test Article (STA) came together in Florida on May 2. This is

    • Envision Humans on Mars

      Imagine the moment, when the first person steps foot on Mars. It’s going to be phenomenal, John Grunsfeld, former NASA astronaut, explorer, and director for the NASA’s Science Mission Directorate, told the Humans to Mars Summit attendees at the close

    • Humans to Mars

      Landing humans on Mars has been the lofty goal of space pioneers from the start of America’s space programs more than 50 years ago, and passion for Red Planet exploration is on the rise once again today. NASA’s top leaders, industry experts,

    • Student-designed Space Station Investigation Targets Astronaut Health

      As a kid, Anna-Sophia Boguraev (17) used a bit of water, some rubbing alcohol and her mother’s blender to extract DNA from vegetables. Last Friday, she watched her experiment launch to the International Space Station (ISS) from Kennedy Space Center

    • Mars Rocket Coming Together in New Orleans

      One of the two huge tanks that will fuel NASA’s Space Launch System completed final welding on the giant Vertical Assembly Center at New Orleans’ Michoud Assembly Facility, marking an important milestone for the journey to Mars. “Boeing is building big rockets

    • Navigating a ‘storm’ essential to astronaut safety

      In an emergency, every bit of preparation counts. That’s why engineers and technicians gathered at dusk March 23 at a construction site near NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida for two dynamic rounds of testing.Their mission: To show the CST-100

    • Episode One: A Foundation for Mars

      NASA’s new rocket, the Space Launch System, will meet the challenges of exploring deep space. And when it comes to NASA’s journey of Mars and beyond, there are no small steps.

    • Starliner Spacecraft Tested for Landing

      Even a winter storm dubbed “Mars” on social media couldn’t keep NASA Administrator Charles Bolden from checking out a Crew Space Transportation System (CST)-100 Starliner test spacecraft on a recent visit to NASA’s Langley Research Center in Hampton, Va. After

    • Historic Year in Space Paves the Way for Deep Space Exploration

      NASA astronaut Scott Kelly and Russian cosmonaut Mikhail Kornienko returned safely to Earth following 340 days aboard the International Space Station (ISS). During what NASA has called “the year in space,” Kelly and Kornienko participated in scientific investigations designed to capture data on medical,

    • Boeing: The Next 100 Years of Flight Starts Here

      Commercial Crew Cargo & Processing Facility (C3PF) Boeing’s new home of the CST-100 Starliner

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