CST-100: Boeing says it is close to wrapping up wind-tunnel testing at NASA’s Ames Research Center in California for the company’s Crew Space Transportation (CST)-100 spacecraft. The test team is using a 12-in.-wide, 14-in.-long aluminum model that is about 1/14th the size of the operational capsule that Boeing is designing to ferry crew and cargo to low Earth orbit as one of the four competitors in NASA’s Commercial Crew Development program. Testing is scheduled to conclude by the end of ...


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