Boeing

A Legacy of Innovation

Throughout the last 50 years, Boeing and its heritage companies have been integral in every major endeavor to escape Earth’s gravity. From the first Mercury capsule, to the current International Space Station, and beyond to the Space Launch System, Boeing has and will take humans and technology farther than they’ve ever been. 

Space  Features

The Flight Before the Launch

March 16, 2017 in Space, Defense

Watch One Boeing at work as a C-17 Globemaster shuttles a WGS satellite from California to Florida prior to a launch into space on a United Launch Alliance Delta IV rocket.

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Safe Touchdown

March 10, 2017 in Space, Technology

Boeing floated a CST-100 Starliner test vehicle to 38,300 ft. with a helium-filled balloon and let it fall. It was the first test of the Starliner’s re-entry parachute system.

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Suit Up

January 25, 2017 in Space, Defense

Boeing and David Clark unveiled the brand new spacesuit for the CST-100 Starliner. See the suit's new slick look and added technology here.

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The Military Satellite That Avoids Jams and Secures Comms

November 14, 2016 in Innovation, Space

Wideband Global SATCOM is the backbone of the US military's communications. With software upgrades for higher bandwidth and powerful anti-jamming, they're more resilient than ever before.

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Spacecraft Team is Dancing with the Stars

October 18, 2016 in Space

The CST-100 Starliner, Boeing’s Crew Space Transportation vehicle, is scheduled to make its first trip carrying astronauts in 2018. To prepare, employees are testing the spacecraft to the outer limits.

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Cosmic Connection

August 31, 2016 in Space, Technology

See how Boeing's CST-100 Starliner will dock with the International Space Station.

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Working on Sunshine: Spectrolab Producing Some Far-out Solar Cells

June 15, 2016 in Space, Technology

Boeing subsidiary Spectrolab has provided electric power to more than 600 satellites and delivered more than 4 million solar cells for communications, science and defense needs.

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