Boeing has adapted amusement park zipline technology to the emergency egress system on its CST-100 commercial crew vehicle, installing a set of individual self-rescue seats on the crew access tower that would allow astronauts and support technicians to slide to safety from the top of an unstable Atlas V launch ...


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