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KSC-2015-1195 (01/26/2015) --- HOUSTON, Texas - jsc2015e031284- NASA astronaut Mike Fincke discusses the agency's Commercial Crew Program with a television news crew following a presentation about the agency's Commercial Crew Program. Photo credit: NASA/Robert Markowitz

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KSC-2015-1194 (01/26/2015) --- HOUSTON, Texas- jsc2015e031278 - NASA Administrator Charles Bolden discusses the agency's Commercial Crew Program during a presentation highlighting key development activities, test plans and objectives for achieving certification of two American crew transportation systems with Commercial Crew Program Manager Kathy Lueders, Boeing Space Exploration Vice President and General Manager John Elbon, Space X President and Chief Operating Officer Gwynne Shotwell and NASA Astronaut Mike Fincke. Photo credit: NASA/Robert Markowitz

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KSC-2015-1193 (01/26/2015) --- HOUSTON, Texas - jsc2015e031268 - HOUSTON, Texas - NASA's Stephanie Schierholz opens a presentation about the agency's Commercial Crew Program highlighting key development activities, test plans and objectives for achieving certification of two American crew transportation systems with Dr. Ellen Ochoa, director of NASA's Johnson Space Center in Houston, NASA Administrator Charlie Bolden, Commercial Crew Program Manager Kathy Lueders, Boeing Space Exploration Vice President and General Manager John Elbon, SpaceX President and Chief Operating Officer Gwynne Shotwell and NASA Astronaut Mike Fincke. Photo credit: NASA/Robert Markowitz

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KSC-2015-1192 (01/26/2015) --- HOUSTON, Texas - jsc2015e031266 - Gwynne Shotwell, SpaceX President and Chief Operating Officer discusses the company's work with NASA's Commercial Crew Program as Boeing's John Elbon, left, and NASA astronaut Mike Fincke look on. Photo credit: NASA/Robert Markowitz

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KSC-2015-1191 (01/26/2015) --- HOUSTON, Texas - jsc2015e031256 - Kathy Lueders, program manager of NASA's Commercial Crew Program, discusses the agency's approach while NASA Administrator Charles Bolden looks on during a presentation highlighting key development activities, test plans and objectives for achieving certification of two American crew transportation systems. Photo credit: NASA/Robert Markowitz

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KSC-2015-1190 (01/26/2015) --- HOUSTON, Texas - jsc2015e031248 - NASA astronaut Mike Fincke discusses the agency's Commercial Crew Program during a presentation highlighting key development activities, test plans and objectives for achieving certification of two American crew transportation systems with NASA Administrator Charlie Bolden, Commercial Crew Program Manager Kathy Lueders, Boeing Space Exploration Vice President and General Manager John Elbon, Space X President and Chief Operating Officer Gwynne Shotwell and NASA Astronaut Mike Fincke. Photo credit: NASA/Robert Markowitz

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KSC-2015-1189 (01/26/2015) --- HOUSTON, Texas - jsc2015e031234 - Kathy Lueders, program manager of NASA's Commercial Crew Program, discusses the agency's approach during a presentation highlighting key development activities, test plans and objectives for achieving certification of two American crew transportation systems with NASA Administrator Charlie Bolden, Boeing Space Exploration Vice President and General Manager John Elbon, Space X President and Chief Operating Officer Gwynne Shotwell and NASA Astronaut Mike Fincke. Photo credit: NASA/Robert Markowitz

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KSC-2015-1188 (01/26/2015) --- HOUSTON, Texas - jsc2015e031229 - NASA Administrator Charles Bolden discusses the agency's Commercial Crew Program during a presentation highlighting key development activities, test plans and objectives for achieving certification of two American crew transportation systems with Commercial Crew Program Manager Kathy Lueders, Boeing Space Exploration Vice President and General Manager John Elbon, Space X President and Chief Operating Officer Gwynne Shotwell and NASA Astronaut Mike Fincke. Photo credit: NASA/Robert Markowitz

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KSC-2015-1187 (01/26/2015) --- HOUSTON, Texas - jsc2015e031223 - Dr. Ellen Ochoa, director of NASA's Johnson Space Center in Houston, opens NASA's presentation about the agency's Commercial Crew Program highlighting key development activities, test plans and objectives for achieving certification of two American crew transportation systems with NASA Administrator Charlie Bolden, Commercial Crew Program Manager Kathy Lueders, Boeing Space Exploration Vice President and General Manager John Elbon, SpaceX President and Chief Operating Officer Gwynne Shotwell and NASA Astronaut Mike Fincke. Photo credit: NASA/Robert Markowitz

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KSC-2014-3928 (09/16/2014) --- CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. – Kathy Lueders, program manager of NASA's Commercial Crew Program, speaks during the Commercial Crew Transportation Capability CCtCap contract announcement ceremony. Speaking from Kennedy Space Center’s Press Site, Lueders detailed the importance of the development effort for United States space exploration ambitions and the economic potential of creating new markets in space transportation for people. Boeing and SpaceX were awarded contracts to complete the design of the CST-100 and Crew Dragon spacecraft, respectively, and begin manufacturing for flight tests with a goal of achieving certification to take astronauts to the International Space Station by 2017. Read more...

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KSC-2014-3927 (09/16/2014) --- CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. – Former astronaut Bob Cabana, director of NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida, speaks at the start of the announcement ceremony to name the providers of the next generation of crewed American spacecraft. Speaking from Kennedy’s Press Site, Cabana detailed the importance of the development effort by the agency's Commercial Crew Program for United States space exploration ambitions and the economic potential of creating new markets in human space transportation. Boeing and SpaceX were awarded contracts to complete the design of the CST-100 and Crew Dragon spacecraft, respectively, and begin manufacturing for flight tests with a goal of achieving certification to take astronauts to the International Space Station by 2017. Read more...

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KSC-2014-3926 (09/16/2014) --- CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. – Charles Bolden, NASA administrator, announces the Commercial Crew Transportation Capability CCtCap contract awards designed to complete the NASA certification for human space transportation systems capable of carrying people into orbit. Once certification is complete, NASA plans to use these systems to ferry astronauts to the International Space Station and return them safely to Earth. Speaking from Kennedy Space Center’s Press Site, Bolden detailed the importance of the effort by the agency's Commercial Crew Program for United States space exploration ambitions and the economic potential of creating new markets in space transportation for people. Read more...

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KSC-2014-3925 (09/16/2014) --- CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. – NASA spokeswoman Stephanie Schierholz moderates the announcement of the Commercial Crew Transportation Capability CCtCap contract awards designed to complete the NASA certification for human space transportation systems capable of carrying people into orbit. Once certification is complete, NASA plans to use these systems to ferry astronauts to the International Space Station and return them safely to Earth. Speaking from Kennedy Space Center’s Press Site, NASA Administrator Charles Bolden detailed the importance of the effort by the agency's Commercial Crew Program for United States space exploration ambitions and the economic potential of creating new markets in space transportation for people. Read more...

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KSC-2014-3924 (09/16/2014) --- CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. – Astronaut Mike Fincke, a former commander of the International Space Station, speaks during the Commercial Crew Transportation Capability CCtCap contract announcement ceremony. Speaking from Kennedy Space Center’s Press Site, Fincke detailed the importance of the development effort by the agency's Commercial Crew Program for station crew members, United States space exploration ambitions and the economic potential of creating new markets in space transportation for people. Read more...

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KSC-2014-3923 (09/16/2014) --- CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. – Charles Bolden, second from left, NASA administrator, announces the Commercial Crew Transportation Capability CCtCap contract awards designed to complete the NASA certification for human space transportation systems capable of carrying people into orbit. Once certification is complete, NASA plans to use these systems to ferry astronauts to the International Space Station and return them safely to Earth. Speaking from Kennedy Space Center’s Press Site, Bolden detailed the importance of the effort by the agency's Commercial Crew Program for United States space exploration ambitions and the economic potential of creating new markets in space transportation for people. Read more...

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KSC-2014-3922 (09/16/2014) --- KSC-2014-3922 - CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. – Former astronaut Bob Cabana, center, director of NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida, speaks at the start of the announcement ceremony to name the providers of the next generation of crewed American spacecraft. Speaking from Kennedy’s Press Site, Cabana detailed the importance of the development effort by the agency's Commercial Crew Program for United States space exploration ambitions and the economic potential of creating new markets in human space transportation. Read more...

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KSC-2014-3921 (09/16/2014) --- CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. – NASA spokeswoman Stephanie Schierholz, from left, listens as Charles Bolden, NASA administrator, speaks with former astronaut Bob Cabana, director of NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida and Kathy Lueders, manager of the agency's Commercial Crew Program, before the announcement of the Commercial Crew Transportation Capability CCtCap contract awards designed to complete the NASA certification for human space transportation systems capable of carrying people into orbit. Astronaut and former International Space Station Commander Mike Fincke also took part in the announcement. Read more...

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KSC-2014-2736 (05/29/2014) --- HAWTHORNE, Calif. - SpaceX CEO and founder Elon Musk discusses the Dragon V2 during an unveiling ceremony for the new spacecraft inside SpaceX headquarters in Hawthorne, Calif. The spacecraft is designed to carry people into Earth's orbit and was developed in partnership with NASA's Commercial Crew Program under the Commercial Crew Integrated Capability agreement. SpaceX is one of NASA's commercial partners working to develop a new generation of U.S. spacecraft and rockets capable of transporting humans to and from Earth's orbit from American soil. Ultimately, NASA intends to use such commercial systems to fly U.S. astronauts to and from the International Space Station. Photo credit: NASA/Dimitri Gerondidakis

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KSC-2014-2735 (05/29/2014) --- HAWTHORNE, Calif. - The Dragon V2 stands on a stage inside SpaceX headquarters in Hawthorne, Calif., near a suspended cargo-carrying Dragon spacecraft that flew a previous mission. The new spacecraft, the Dragon V2, is designed to carry people into Earth's orbit and was developed in partnership with NASA's Commercial Crew Program under the Commercial Crew Integrated Capability agreement. SpaceX is one of NASA's commercial partners working to develop a new generation of U.S. spacecraft and rockets capable of transporting humans to and from Earth's orbit from American soil. Ultimately, NASA intends to use such commercial systems to fly U.S. astronauts to and from the International Space Station. Photo credit: NASA/Dimitri Gerondidakis

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KSC-2014-2734 (05/29/2014) --- HAWTHORNE, Calif. - HAWTHORNE, Calif. - The Dragon V2 stands on a stage inside SpaceX headquarters in Hawthorne, Calif., during its unveiling ceremony. The spacecraft is designed to carry people into Earth's orbit and was developed in partnership with NASA's Commercial Crew Program under the Commercial Crew Integrated Capability agreement. SpaceX is one of NASA's commercial partners working to develop a new generation of U.S. spacecraft and rockets capable of transporting humans to and from Earth's orbit from American soil. Ultimately, NASA intends to use such commercial systems to fly U.S. astronauts to and from the International Space Station. Photo credit: NASA/Dimitri Gerondidakis

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