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Pad Abort Test

Before certification can be achieved, this demonstration of Starliner's abort systems is critical to ensure crew safety. The mission was successfully completed November 4, 2019.

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Orbital Flight Test

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This uncrewed, opening act for the CST-100 Starliner will serve to demonstrate the spacecraft's human transportation capabilities in advance of certification to fly humans to space.

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Orbital Flight Test 2

This uncrewed flight of the CST-100 Starliner will serve to demonstrate the spacecraft's human transportation capabilities in advance of certification to fly humans to space.

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Crew Flight Test

Starliner's first flight with crew will fully demonstrate Boeing's ability to fly humans safely to and from the International Space Station.

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Post-Certification Missions

Starliner-1 will be Boeing's first operational mission to the space station. Regular crewed flights to station are the realization of the final goal of the Commercial Crew Program: safe, reliable and cost-effective transportation of astronauts to low-Earth orbit on commercial spacecraft.

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CCP NextGen STEM

The NextGen STEM Commercial Crew Program brings the accomplishments of NASA and our commercial partners, Boeing and SpaceX, to audiences through a variety of educational resources and opportunities. These hands-on, authentic STEM activities and classroom resources, including apps like “Rocket Science: Ride to Station,” engage students and educators in the mission while helping build a strong and growing U.S. space industry in low Earth orbit by providing meaningful STEM experiences to the future generation of explorers.

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