A bandana-clad flight test dummy, named after 20th century feminist icon Rosie the Riveter, will be the first to fly on Boeing's Starliner vehicle this week.
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Boeing's first Starliner capsule is on the launchpad waiting to fly, and Space.com got a first look at its successor, which will carry astronauts for the first time.
Boeing, United Launch Alliance and NASA have completed a key test as the Starliner capsule approaches its first flight, which is now scheduled for Dec. 20.
In 2019, NASA practiced ways to extract astronauts from SpaceX's Crew Dragon and Boeing's Starliner space capsules. See photos of those very different emergency services here.
Boeing has pushed back the launch debut of its Starliner spacecraft to Dec. 19, a two-day delay, due to a glitch with the spacecraft's Atlas V rocket.
A drone flying around the Kennedy Space Center recently captured incredible footage of a small step forward for NASA's delayed commercial crew program.
Boeing's crew capsule bound for the International Space Station is taking its next big step on the journey today (Nov. 21) as it moves from the company's facility out to its launch complex.
Boeing is fighting back against a recent report on NASA's Commercial Crew Program from the agency's Office of Inspector General.
Boeing's astronaut taxi will cost NASA about 60% more per seat than SpaceX's vehicle will, according to a new report by the space agency's Office of Inspector General.
NASA's crew launches to the ISS on private vehicles built by SpaceX and Boeing likely won't begin until summer 2020, warns a new report from the agency's Office of Inspector General.
Boeing's astronaut taxi remains on track for a December demonstration flight to the International Space Station after passing a key safety test earlier this week.
On Tuesday (Nov. 5), Boeing delivered a proposal to NASA for a crewed lunar lander to fly astronauts to the moon in 2024 as part of the agency's Artemis program.
Boeing's CST-100 Starliner crewed vehicle aced a crucial safety test this morning in the New Mexico desert.
Boeing will test a critical launch escape system for its new Starliner crew capsule for astronauts today (Nov. 4) and you'll be able to watch it live online.