Artist concept of Boeing's CST-100 spacecraft approaching the International Space Station (Image: Boeing)
The CST-100 can carry a crew of seven as shown in this artist's depiction (Image: Boeing)
Artist's depiction of the CST-100 ready for launch atop an Atlas V (Image: Boeing)
The CST-100, comprised of a Crew Module and a Service Module, will be constructed at Kennedy Space Center (Image: Boeing)
Turns out NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida won’t be gathering dust following the end of the Space Shuttle Program earlier this year. Providing a glimpse of how the NASA facilities will be used in the future, Boeing has signed an agreement with NASA and Space Florida that will see it using the Orbiter Processing Facility-3 (OPF-3) to manufacture, assemble and test its CST-100 (Crew Space Transportation-100) spacecraft.
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