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Boeing Starliner

Summary
The Boeing CST-100 Starliner is a class of two partially reusable spacecraft designed to transport crew to the International Space Station (ISS) and other low-Earth-orbit destinations. It is manufactured by Boeing for its participation in NASA's Commercial Crew Program (CCP). The spacecraft consists of a reusable crew capsule and an expendable service module. The capsule has a diameter of , which is slightly larger than the Apollo command module and SpaceX Dragon 2, but smaller than the Orion capsule. The Boeing Starliner can hold a crew of up to seven people and can remain docked to the ISS for up to seven months. The Starliner is designed to be reusable for up to ten missions. Starliner launches from Cape Canaveral Space Force Station on the Atlas V. After several rounds of competitive development contracts within the Commercial Crew Program starting in 2010, NASA selected the Boeing Starliner, along with SpaceX Crew Dragon, for the Commercial Crew
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