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Boeing Starliner Crew Training System Deploys at NASA Johnson Center

boeing logoTYSONS CORNER, VA, Oct. 3, 2016 —  Boeing (NYSE: BA) has installed simulation equipment to support training for manned CST-100 Starliner spacecraft missions at NASA‘s Johnson Space Center in Texas, ExecutiveBiz reported Friday.

The company designed its Crew Part Task Trainers to help astronauts rehearse various mission aspects onboard the CST-100 crew module in a simulated environment, according to a blog article published Wednesday on NASA’s website.

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