The Boeing Co. has stepped up its public profile on commercial spaceflight, announcing a marketing agreement with Space Adventures Ltd. to sell seats on the company’s seven-person CST-100 capsule, which is being developed with support from NASA. Boeing plans to provide rides to and from the International Space Station (ISS) and other future outposts in low Earth orbit as early as 2015, provided NASA continues investing in commercial crew transfer initiatives, one of the most contested ...
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