Boeing’s seven-person CST-100 spacecraft has completed integrated wind-tunnel testing of scaled versions of the capsule and United Launch Alliance’s Atlas V launch vehicle as well as oxygen flow assessments for the two-engine Centaur upper stage. The work — the seventh and eighth milestones under the company’s Commercial Crew Integrated Capability (CCiCap) agreement with NASA — keeps Boeing on track to complete all 19 of the development milestones outlined in a $460 million, August 2012 ...
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