This month, Boeing’s CST-100 Starliner Spacecraft 1, a partly reusable capsule designed to ferry people to and from low Earth orbit (LEO), will ship out from a refurbished space shuttle processing hangar the company leases at  Kennedy Space Center (KSC) and head to White Sands, New Mexico, for a key test of the spacecraft’s ability to lift off from a failing rocket and parachute to safety.  Later this summer, Starliner Spacecraft 2 hits the road for El Segundo, ...


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