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KSC-2014-1423 (01/06/2014) --- HOUSTON - Chris Ferguson, a former space shuttle commander who is now director of Crew and Mission Operations for Boeing Space Exploration, sits at the controls in the inside the company's CST-100 spacecraft simulator. Boeing demonstrated that the CST-100 software allows a human pilot to take over control of the spacecraft from the computer during all phases of a mission following separation from the launch vehicle. The pilot-in-the-loop demonstration at the Houston Product Support Center is a milestone under Boeing's Commercial Crew Integrated Capability agreement with the agency and its Commercial Crew Program. Photo credit: NASA/Bill Stafford

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KSC-2014-1422 (01/06/2014) --- HOUSTON – Chris Ferguson, a former space shuttle commander who is now director of Crew and Mission Operations for Boeing Space Exploration, talks with an engineer following simulations that showed that the CST-100 software. Boeing demonstrated that the CST-100 software allows a human pilot to take over control of the spacecraft from the computer during all phases of a mission following separation from the launch vehicle. The pilot-in-the-loop demonstration at the Houston Product Support Center is a milestone under Boeing's Commercial Crew Integrated Capability agreement with the agency and its Commercial Crew Program. Photo credit: NASA/Bill Stafford

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KSC-2014-1421 (01/06/2014) --- HOUSTON – Engineers for Boeing Space Exploration demonstrate that the CST-100 software allows a human pilot to take over control of the spacecraft from the computer during all phases of a mission following separation from the launch vehicle. The pilot-in-the-loop demonstration at the Houston Product Support Center is a milestone under Boeing's Commercial Crew Integrated Capability agreement with the agency and its Commercial Crew Program. Photo credit: NASA/Bill Stafford

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KSC-2014-1420 (01/06/2014) --- HOUSTON – Chris Ferguson, a former space shuttle commander who is now director of Crew and Mission Operations for Boeing Space Exploration, sits at the controls in the inside the company's CST-100 spacecraft simulator. Boeing demonstrated that the CST-100 software allows a human pilot to take over control of the spacecraft from the computer during all phases of a mission following separation from the launch vehicle. The pilot-in-the-loop demonstration at the Houston Product Support Center is a milestone under Boeing's Commercial Crew Integrated Capability agreement with the agency and its Commercial Crew Program. Photo credit: NASA/Bill Stafford

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KSC-2014-1419 (01/06/2014) --- HOUSTON – Chris Ferguson, a former space shuttle commander who is now director of Crew and Mission Operations for Boeing Space Exploration, takes the controls inside the company's CST-100 spacecraft simulator. To Ferguson's right, an engineer observes the exercise. Boeing demonstrated that the CST-100's software allows a human pilot to take over control of the spacecraft from the computer during all phases of a mission following separation from the launch vehicle. The pilot-in-the-loop demonstration at the Houston Product Support Center is a milestone under Boeing's Commercial Crew Integrated Capability agreement with the agency and its Commercial Crew Program. Photo credit: NASA/Bill Stafford

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KSC-2014-1418 (01/06/2014) --- HOUSTON – Monitors show Chris Ferguson, a former space shuttle commander who is now director of Crew and Mission Operations for Boeing Space Exploration, at the controls in the inside the company's CST-100 spacecraft simulator. Boeing demonstrated that the CST-100 software allows a human pilot to take over control of the spacecraft from the computer during all phases of a mission following separation from the launch vehicle. The pilot-in-the-loop demonstration at the Houston Product Support Center is a milestone under Boeing's Commercial Crew Integrated Capability agreement with the agency and its Commercial Crew Program. Photo credit: NASA/Bill Stafford

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KSC-2014-1417 (01/06/2014) --- HOUSTON – Engineers for Boeing Space Exploration demonstrate that the CST-100 software allows a human pilot to take over control of the spacecraft from the computer during all phases of a mission following separation from the launch vehicle. The pilot-in-the-loop demonstration at the Houston Product Support Center is a milestone under Boeing's Commercial Crew Integrated Capability agreement with the agency and its Commercial Crew Program. Photo credit: NASA/Bill Stafford

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KSC-2014-1416 (01/06/2014) --- HOUSTON – Chris Ferguson, a former space shuttle commander who is now director of Crew and Mission Operations for Boeing Space Exploration, sits at the controls inside the company's CST-100 spacecraft simulator. Boeing demonstrated that the CST-100 software allows a human pilot to take over control of the spacecraft from the computer during all phases of a mission following separation from the launch vehicle. The pilot-in-the-loop demonstration at the Houston Product Support Center is a milestone under Boeing's Commercial Crew Integrated Capability agreement with the agency and its Commercial Crew Program. Photo credit: NASA/Bill Stafford

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KSC-2014-1415 (01/06/2014) --- HOUSTON – An engineer with Boeing Space Exploration explains how to read the cockpit displays inside the company's CST-100 spacecraft simulator to NASA Commercial Crew Program engineers. Boeing demonstrated that the CST-100 software allows a human pilot to take over control of the spacecraft from the computer during all phases of a mission following separation from the launch vehicle. The pilot-in-the-loop demonstration at the Houston Product Support Center is a milestone under Boeing's Commercial Crew Integrated Capability agreement with the agency and its Commercial Crew Program. Photo credit: NASA/Bill Stafford

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KSC-2013-4521 (12/20/2013) --- MORRO BAY, Calif. - An Erickson Sky Crane helicopter returns the SpaceX Dragon test article to Morro Bay, Cailf., following a test to evaluate the spacecraft's parachute deployment system. The test was part of a milestone under its Commercial Crew Integrated Capability agreement with NASA's Commercial Crew Program. Photo credit: NASA/Kim Shiflett

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KSC-2013-4520 (12/20/2013) --- MORRO BAY, Calif. - An Erickson Sky Crane helicopter returns the SpaceX Dragon test article to Morro Bay, Cailf., following a test to evaluate the spacecraft's parachute deployment system. The test was part of a milestone under its Commercial Crew Integrated Capability agreement with NASA's Commercial Crew Program. Photo credit: NASA/Kim Shiflett

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KSC-2013-4519 (12/20/2013) --- An Erickson Sky Crane helicopter returns the SpaceX Dragon test article to Morro Bay, Cailf., following a test to evaluate the spacecraft's parachute deployment system. The test was part of a milestone under its Commercial Crew Integrated Capability agreement with NASA's Commercial Crew Program. Photo credit: NASA/Kim Shiflett

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KSC-2013-4518 (12/20/2013) --- MORRO BAY, Calif. – An Erickson Sky Crane helicopter refuels following splash down of SpaceX Dragon test article. The test enables SpaceX engineers to evaluate the spacecraft's parachute deployment system as part of a milestone under its Commercial Crew Integrated Capability agreement with NASA's Commercial Crew Program. The parachute test took place at Morro Bay, Calif. Photo credit: NASA/Kim Shiflett

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KSC-2013-4517 (12/20/2013) --- MORRO BAY, Calif. – A SpaceX Dragon test article is lifted under an Erickson Sky Crane helicopter before a test to evaluate the spacecraft's parachute deployment system as part of a milestone achievement under its Commercial Crew Integrated Capability agreement with NASA's Commercial Crew Program. The parachute test took place over the Pacific Ocean, off the coast of Morro Bay, Calif. Photo credit: NASA/Kim Shiflett

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KSC-2013-4516 (12/20/2013) --- MORRO BAY, Calif. – A SpaceX Dragon test article is lifted under an Erickson Sky Crane helicopter before a test to evaluate the spacecraft's parachute deployment system as part of a milestone achievement under its Commercial Crew Integrated Capability agreement with NASA's Commercial Crew Program. The parachute test took place over the Pacific Ocean, off the coast of Morro Bay, Calif. Photo credit: NASA/Kim Shiflett

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KSC-2013-4515 (12/20/2013) --- MORRO BAY, Calif. – A SpaceX Dragon test article is lifted under an Erickson Sky Crane helicopter before a test to evaluate the spacecraft's parachute deployment system as part of a milestone achievement under its Commercial Crew Integrated Capability agreement with NASA's Commercial Crew Program. The parachute test took place over the Pacific Ocean, off the coast of Morro Bay, Calif. Photo credit: NASA/Kim Shiflett

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KSC-2013-4514 (12/20/2013) --- MORRO BAY, Calif. – A SpaceX Dragon test article is lifted under an Erickson Sky Crane helicopter before a test to evaluate the spacecraft's parachute deployment system as part of a milestone achievement under its Commercial Crew Integrated Capability agreement with NASA's Commercial Crew Program. The parachute test took place over the Pacific Ocean, off the coast of Morro Bay, Calif. Photo credit: NASA/Kim Shiflett

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KSC-2013-4513 (12/20/2013) --- MORRO BAY, Calif. – A SpaceX Dragon test article is seen prior to a test to evaluate its parachute deployment system as part of a milestone under its Commercial Crew Integrated Capability agreement with NASA's Commercial Crew Program. The parachute test took place over the Pacific Ocean, off the coast of Morro Bay, Calif. Photo credit: NASA/Kim Shiflett

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KSC-2013-4512 (12/20/2013) --- MORRO BAY, Calif. – A SpaceX Dragon test article is seen prior to a test to evaluate its parachute deployment system as part of a milestone under its Commercial Crew Integrated Capability agreement with NASA's Commercial Crew Program. The parachute test took place over the Pacific Ocean, off the coast of Morro Bay, Calif. Photo credit: NASA/Kim Shiflett

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KSC-2013-4511 (12/20/2013) --- MORRO BAY, Calif. – An Erickson Sky Crane helicopter returns the SpaceX Dragon test article to Morro Bay, Cailf., following a test to evaluate the spacecraft's parachute deployment system. The test was part of a milestone under its Commercial Crew Integrated Capability agreement with NASA's Commercial Crew Program. Photo credit: NASA/Kim Shiflett

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