As NASA prepares to announce the company or companies that will take crews to the International Space Station in the next round of its commercial crew vehicle development effort, planning is well underway for the flight tests that will certify the commercial vehicles for operational missions. Boeing, which has received the largest share of the $1.5 billion NASA has spent to get to this point – more than $600 million – plans two Atlas V launches that will take its CST-100 capsule ...
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