NASA Invites Media to Boeing Starliner Transport to Launch Site

The crew module of Boeings CST-100 Starliner spacecraft is lifted onto its service module on Oct. 16 inside the Commercial Crew and Cargo Processing Facility (C3PF) at Kennedy Space Center in Florida ahead of the companys Orbital Flight Test to the International Space Station as part of NASAs Commercial Crew Program.
Credits: Boeing

Media accreditation is open for two-days of activities in mid-November for the next milestone in NASAs Commercial Crew Program, as Boeings CST-100 Starliner is transported for integration on a United Launch Alliance (ULA) Atlas V rocket.

The spacecraft will be moved from its production facility to its launch site in Florida ahead of the companys uncrewed Orbital Flight Test to the International Space Station.

Activities will take place at NASAs Kennedy Space Center in Florida and neighboring Cape Canaveral Air Force Station. Media accreditation is open only to U.S citizens and the deadline for registration is 11:59 p.m. EDT Sunday, Oct. 27. The exact date of transport activities is still to be determined.

All accreditation requests should be submitted online at:

https://media.ksc.nasa.gov

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