Boeing will send a full-scale mockup of its CST-100 spacecraft to Johnson Space Center in Houston next week for tests with NASA flight crew, while simultaneously wrapping up proof-pressure tests of a vehicle at its Huntington Beach, Calif., facility. A range of other testing has been completed, marking rapid progress for the fledgling Boeing commercial crew development (CCDev) effort. “We started in January and already we’re doing a systems design review as well as a number of ...

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