First Commercial ISS Crew Could Start Training Early Next Year

Credit: CST-100 on approach to the ISS: Boeing.
Boeing says it is on track to fly its CST-100 commercial crew vehicle in September and December 2017 for the first U.S.-launched human missions to the International Space Station since 2011, which means the NASA astronauts selected for those missions will need to start training as early as January...

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