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Boeing’s Starliner carried a ‘Kerbal Space Program’ character to the ISS

Boeing’s Starliner carried a ‘Kerbal Space Program’ character to the ISS

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After two-and-a-half years of delays, Boeing’s Starliner capsule successfully docked with the International Space Station.

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It was an important milestone for a company that has, at least in the popular imagination, struggled to catch up with SpaceX.

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So it’s fitting how Boeing decided it would celebrate a successful mission.

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When the crew of the ISS opened the hatch to Starliner, they found a surprise inside the spacecraft.

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Floating next to Orbital Flight Test-2’s seated test dummy was a plush toy representing Jebediah Kerman, one of four original “Kerbonauts” featured in Kerbal Space Program.

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Jeb, as he’s better known by the KSP community, served as the flight’s zero-g indicator.

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