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KSC-2013-3513 (09/04/2013) --- LAS VEGAS, Nev. – A mock-up of The Boeing Company's CST-100 spacecraft is prepared for the third and final series of simulated contingency water landing scenarios at Bigelow Aerospace's headquarters near Las Vegas. The CST-100 is designed for ground landings, but could splash down on the water, if necessary. The tests are part of the company’s ongoing work supporting its funded Space Act Agreement with NASA’s Commercial Crew Program, or CCP, during the Commercial Crew Integrated Capability, or CCiCap, initiative. Read more...

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KSC-2013-3512 (09/04/2013) --- LAS VEGAS, Nev. – A mock-up of The Boeing Company's CST-100 spacecraft floats following the third and final series of simulated contingency water landing scenarios at Bigelow Aerospace's headquarters near Las Vegas. The CST-100 is designed for ground landings, but could splash down on the water, if necessary. The tests are part of the company’s ongoing work supporting its funded Space Act Agreement with NASA’s Commercial Crew Program, or CCP, during the Commercial Crew Integrated Capability, or CCiCap, initiative. Read more...

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KSC-2013-3511 (09/04/2013) --- LAS VEGAS, Nev. – Engineers prepare a mock-up of The Boeing Company's CST-100 spacecraft for the third and final series of simulated contingency water landing scenarios at Bigelow Aerospace's headquarters near Las Vegas. The CST-100 is designed for ground landings, but could splash down on the water, if necessary. The tests are part of the company’s ongoing work supporting its funded Space Act Agreement with NASA’s Commercial Crew Program, or CCP, during the Commercial Crew Integrated Capability, or CCiCap, initiative. Read more...

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KSC-2013-3510 (09/04/2013) --- LAS VEGAS, Nev. – An engineer prepares a mock-up of The Boeing Company's CST-100 spacecraft for the third and final series of simulated contingency water landing scenarios at Bigelow Aerospace's headquarters near Las Vegas. The CST-100 is designed for ground landings, but could splash down on the water, if necessary. The tests are part of the company’s ongoing work supporting its funded Space Act Agreement with NASA’s Commercial Crew Program, or CCP, during the Commercial Crew Integrated Capability, or CCiCap, initiative. Read more...

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KSC-2013-3624 (08/21/2013) --- LAS CRUCES, N.M. – A thruster glows red during a hot-fire test for Boeing’s CST-100 spacecraft orbital maneuvering and attitude control OMAC system. During the tests at NASA’s White Sands Test Facility in Las Cruces, N.M., Boeing and partner Aerojet Rocketdyne tested two thrusters to demonstrate stable combustion and performance in a vacuum, simulating a space environment. Two additional thrusters were tested in a vacuum to demonstrate long-duration mission survivability. The 24 thrusters that compose the CST-100’s OMAC system will be jettisoned with the service module after the deorbit burn, prior to re-entry. Read more...

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KSC-2013-3354 (08/19/2013) --- HOUSTON -- JSC-2013-E076056 -- Kirk Shireman, deputy director of NASA's Johnson Space Center, takes the controls of The Boeing Company's mock-up CST-100 spacecraft at the company's Houston Product Support Center. Helping Shireman inside the fully outfitted test version of the CST-100 is Tony Castilleja, a mechanical engineer working on the Boeing project. Boeing showcased its work on a fully outfitted test version of the spacecraft to Bolden and Johnson management. Boeing's CST-100 is designed to transport a mix of crew and cargo to low-Earth-orbit destinations. Read more...

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KSC-2013-3353 (08/19/2013) --- HOUSTON -- JSC-2013-E076055 -- The Boeing Company's Director of Crew and Mission Operations Chris Ferguson explains the control system of a mock-up CST-100 to NASA Administrator Charlie Bolden, back, at the company's Houston Product Support Center near Johnson Space Center. Boeing showcased its work on a fully outfitted test version of the spacecraft to Bolden and Johnson management. Boeing's CST-100 is designed to transport a mix of crew and cargo to low-Earth-orbit destinations. Boeing is one of three aerospace industry partners working with NASA's Commercial Crew Program, or CCP, during the Commercial Crew Integrated Capability, or CCiCap, initiative, which is intended to make commercial human spaceflight services available for government and commercial customers. Read more...

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KSC-2013-3352 (08/19/2013) --- HOUSTON -- JSC-2013-E076054 -- NASA Administrator Charlie Bolden, left, talks to The Boeing Company's Vice President and Program Manager of Commercial Programs John Mulholland, center, and Director of Crew and Mission Operations Chris Ferguson at the company's Houston Product Support Center near Johnson Space Center. Boeing showcased its work on a fully outfitted test version of the CST-100 spacecraft to Bolden and Johnson management. Boeing's CST-100 is designed to transport a mix of crew and cargo to low-Earth-orbit destinations. Read more...

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KSC-2013-3351 (08/19/2013) --- HOUSTON -- JSC-2013-E076050 -- NASA Administrator Charlie Bolden, left, and The Boeing Company's Director of Crew and Mission Operations Chris Ferguson take a photo together before entering a mock-up of the CST-100 at the company's Houston Product Support Center near Johnson Space Center. Boeing showcased its work on a fully outfitted test version of the spacecraft to Bolden and Johnson management. Boeing's CST-100 is designed to transport a mix of crew and cargo to low-Earth-orbit destinations. Read more...

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KSC-2013-3350 (08/19/2013) --- HOUSTON -- JSC-2013-E076048 -- NASA Administrator Charlie Bolden, right, talks to The Boeing Company's Vice President and Program Manager of Commercial Programs John Mulholland, left, and Director of Crew and Mission Operations Chris Ferguson at the company's Houston Product Support Center near Johnson Space Center. Boeing showcased its work on a fully outfitted test version of the CST-100 spacecraft to Bolden and Johnson management. Boeing's CST-100 is designed to transport a mix of crew and cargo to low-Earth-orbit destinations. Read more...

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KSC-2013-3349 (08/19/2013) --- HOUSTON -- JSC-2013-E076046 -- Tony Castilleja, a mechanical engineer working on The Boeing Company's CST-100 endeavor, right, shows off a mock-up seat made from 3-D printing technology at the company's Houston Product Support Center near Johnson Space Center. Boeing showcased its work on a fully outfitted test version of the CST-100 spacecraft to NASA Administrator Charlie Bolden, not pictured, and Johnson management. Boeing's CST-100 is designed to transport a mix of crew and cargo to low-Earth-orbit destinations. Read more...

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KSC-2013-3348 (08/19/2013) --- HOUSTON -- JSC-2013-E076043 -- John Elbon, The Boeing Company's vice president of Space Exploration, second right, shows off a wind tunnel model of the CST-100 spacecraft to Johnson Space Center management at the company's Houston Product Support Center. From left, are Kirk Shireman, Johnson's deputy director, Ellen Ochoa, Johnson's director, Kathy Lueders, deputy director of NASA's Commercial Crew Program, Elbon, and Melanie Saunders, Johnson's associate director. Boeing's CST-100 is designed to transport a mix of crew and cargo to low-Earth-orbit destinations. Read more...

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KSC-2013-3347 (08/19/2013) --- HOUSTON -- JSC-2013-E076038 -- NASA Administrator Charlie Bolden, center, talks to members of The Boeing Company's CST-100 team at the company's Houston Product Support Center near Johnson Space Center. At left is Brandon Setayesh, a mechanical engineer who helped build a fully outfitted test version of the CST-100. At right is John Elbon, vice president of Boeing's Space Exploration. Also joining Bolden during his tour of the CST-100 mock-up is Johnson Center Director Ellen Ochoa, behind Bolden at right, and other Johnson management. Read more...

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KSC-2013-3311 (08/02/2013) --- Edwards, Calif. – ED13-0266-074- Sierra Nevada Corporation's, or SNC's, Dream Chaser flight vehicle sports a pair of fuzzy dice during 60 mph tow tests at NASA's Dryden Flight Research Center in California. Ground testing at 10, 20, 40 and 60 miles per hour is helping the company validate the performance of the spacecraft's braking and landing systems prior to captive-carry and free-flight tests scheduled for later this year. SNC is continuing the development of its Dream Chaser spacecraft under the agency's Commercial Crew Development Round 2, or CCDev2, and Commercial Crew Integrated Capability, or CCiCap, phases, which are intended to lead to the availability of commercial human spaceflight services for government and commercial customers. Read more...

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KSC-2013-3310 (08/02/2013) --- Edwards, Calif. – ED13-0266-070- Sierra Nevada Corporation, or SNC, team members check the company's Dream Chaser flight vehicle systems following a 60 mph tow test on taxi and runways at NASA's Dryden Flight Research Center at Edwards Air Force Base in California. Ground testing at 10, 20, 40 and 60 miles per hour is helping the company validate the performance of the spacecraft's braking and landing systems prior to captive-carry and free-flight tests scheduled for later this year. SNC is continuing the development of its Dream Chaser spacecraft under the agency's Commercial Crew Development Round 2, or CCDev2, and Commercial Crew Integrated Capability, or CCiCap, phases, which are intended to lead to the availability of commercial human spaceflight services for government and commercial customers. Read more...

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KSC-2013-3309 (08/02/2013) --- Edwards, Calif. – ED13-0266-069- Sierra Nevada Corporation, or SNC, team members check the company's Dream Chaser flight vehicle systems following a 60 mph tow test on taxi and runways at NASA's Dryden Flight Research Center at Edwards Air Force Base in California. Ground testing at 10, 20, 40 and 60 miles per hour is helping the company validate the performance of the spacecraft's braking and landing systems prior to captive-carry and free-flight tests scheduled for later this year. SNC is continuing the development of its Dream Chaser spacecraft under the agency's Commercial Crew Development Round 2, or CCDev2, and Commercial Crew Integrated Capability, or CCiCap, phases, which are intended to lead to the availability of commercial human spaceflight services for government and commercial customers. Read more...

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KSC-2013-3308 (08/02/2013) --- Edwards, Calif. – ED13-0266-066- A pickup truck releases the Sierra Nevada Corporation, or SNC, Dream Chaser flight vehicle during a 60 mile per hour tow test to validate the spacecraft's brakes on taxi and runways at NASA's Dryden Flight Research Center at Edwards Air Force Base in California. Ground testing at 10, 20, 40 and 60 miles per hour is helping the company validate the performance of the spacecraft's braking and landing systems prior to captive-carry and free-flight tests scheduled for later this year. Read more...

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KSC-2013-3307 (08/02/2013) --- Edwards, Calif. – ED13-0266-060- A Sierra Nevada Corporation, or SNC, team member checks the company's Dream Chaser flight vehicle systems following a 60 mph tow test on taxi and runways at NASA's Dryden Flight Research Center at Edwards Air Force Base in California. Ground testing at 10, 20, 40 and 60 miles per hour is helping the company validate the performance of the spacecraft's braking and landing systems prior to captive-carry and free-flight tests scheduled for later this year. SNC is continuing the development of its Dream Chaser spacecraft under the agency's Commercial Crew Development Round 2, or CCDev2, and Commercial Crew Integrated Capability, or CCiCap, phases, which are intended to lead to the availability of commercial human spaceflight services for government and commercial customers. Read more...

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KSC-2013-3306 (08/02/2013) --- Edwards, Calif. – ED13-0266-056- Sierra Nevada Corporation, or SNC, team members monitor the company's Dream Chaser flight vehicle systems during 60 mph tow testing on taxi and runways at NASA's Dryden Flight Research Center at Edwards Air Force Base in California. Ground testing at 10, 20, 40 and 60 miles per hour is helping the company validate the performance of the spacecraft's braking and landing systems prior to captive-carry and free-flight tests scheduled for later this year. SNC is continuing the development of its Dream Chaser spacecraft under the agency's Commercial Crew Development Round 2, or CCDev2, and Commercial Crew Integrated Capability, or CCiCap, phases, which are intended to lead to the availability of commercial human spaceflight services for government and commercial customers. Read more...

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KSC-2013-3305 (08/02/2013) --- Edwards, Calif. – ED13-0266-054- Sierra Nevada Corporation, or SNC, team members check the company's Dream Chaser flight vehicle systems following a 60 mph tow test on taxi and runways at NASA's Dryden Flight Research Center at Edwards Air Force Base in California. Ground testing at 10, 20, 40 and 60 miles per hour is helping the company validate the performance of the spacecraft's braking and landing systems prior to captive-carry and free-flight tests scheduled for later this year. SNC is continuing the development of its Dream Chaser spacecraft under the agency's Commercial Crew Development Round 2, or CCDev2, and Commercial Crew Integrated Capability, or CCiCap, phases, which are intended to lead to the availability of commercial human spaceflight services for government and commercial customers. Read more...

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