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CST-100 Starliner

Commercial Crew Transportation System

The Boeing Crew Space Transportation-100, or CST-100, Starliner spacecraft is being developed in collaboration with NASA’s Commercial Crew Program. The Starliner can transport up to seven passengers or a mix of crew and cargo to low-Earth orbit destinations, including the International Space Station.

Featuring an innovative weldless design and a pressurized vessel that can be reused up to 10 times, the Starliner spacecraft also incorporates Boeing's LED "Sky Lighting" and tablet technology for crew interfaces.

Spotlight

  • 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

Development

Commercial crew transportation is critical to the sustainment and utilization of the International Space Station, a unique orbital laboratory that caters to diverse scientific investigations driving discovery on Earth, while providing a technological testbed for future deep space missions. Boeing’s Starliner will provide reliable access to assets in low-Earth orbit, eliminating America’s dependency on foreign launch services. Boeing designed the Starliner to be compatible with a variety of expendable rockets and selected United Launch Alliance’s Atlas V vehicle to launch the initial Starliner test flights and missions.

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Destinations

The Starliner can transport up to seven crew members or a mix of crew and cargo to low-Earth orbit destinations, including the International Space Station.

 

Did You Know?

How many crew members can Boeing’s Starliner carry to space?

Seven. The Starliner spacecraft can carry up to seven passengers or a combination
of crew and cargo to destinations in low-Earth orbit. It will carry two crew members on a flight test and four astronauts on NASA missions to the International Space Station.

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