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Boeing's Starliner capsule docks with International Space Station

Boeing's Starliner capsule docks with International Space Station

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This evening, Boeing’s new passenger spacecraft, the CST-100 Starliner, successfully docked itself to the International Space Station

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— demonstrating that the vehicle can potentially bring humans to the ISS in the future.

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It’s a crucial capability that Starliner has finally validated in space after years of delays and failures.

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Starliner is in the midst of a key test flight for NASA called OFT-2, for Orbital Flight Test-2.

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The capsule, developed by Boeing for NASA’s Commercial Crew Program, was made to transport NASA’s astronauts to and from the space station.

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. But before anyone climbs on board, NASA tasked Boeing with conducting an uncrewed flight demonstration of Starliner to show that the capsule can hit all of the major milestones it’ll need to hit when it is carrying passengers.

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