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Doug Messier, Dr. David Livingston. Topics: Boeing Starliner success to ISS and more.
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John Batchelor and I welcomed back Doug Messier of Parabolic Arc to discuss the successful demo flight of the Boeing Starliner CST 100 to the ISS, docking and safe return to White Sands. We talked about the thruster glitches, the human flight possible timeline, having two vehicles to the ISS for crew and cargo given the problems with Russia and their continued participation in the ISS plus more. This was a one segment nine minute plus Hotel Mars discussion.
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