Boeing is expanding its activities for travel over 30,000 feet.
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In collaboration with NASA, the airline is working to help the organization transfer the US space station astronauts safely to the thermosphere with its new CST-100 Starliner – which is a capsule.
The Launchpad test is expected to begin in August.
Boeing's first experimental astronaut, Chris Ferguson, is currently training alongside two other NASA astronauts to take the launch flight to the ISS using Starliner.
Boeing hired her first corporate astronaut to travel to the ISS at CST-100 Starliner. (Courtesy Boeing)
The enemy of SpaceX, a privately-owned company, recently exploded with their own capsule testing.
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Watch the video above to hear how Ferguson is about to start.
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