Boeing recently gave reporters a look at a pair of control-panel simulators it has built for training astronauts how to fly its CST-100 Starliner to the International Space Station. The company made its engineers available for interviews, and NASA brought in some subject-matter experts from its Commercial Crew Program. Also on hand were two of the astronauts—Eric Boe and Suni Williams—selected for the “initial cadre” that will fly the Starliner and the SpaceX Crew ...


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