- Press Release
- Oct 4, 2022
Boeing CST-100 Spacecraft to Provide Commercial Crew Transportation Services
FARNBOROUGH, England, July 19, 2010 — Boeing [NYSE: BA] released artist’s renderings of its Crew Space Transportation (CST)-100 spacecraft during a media briefing with Bigelow Aerospace today at the Farnborough Airshow.
Boeing is maturing the design of its CST-100 spacecraft under an $18 million Commercial Crew Development (CCDev) Space Act Agreement with NASA. The CST-100 can carry a crew of seven and is designed to support the International Space Station and the Bigelow Aerospace Orbital Space Complex (as shown in image MTF10-0006-01).
The CST-100 will be bigger than Apollo but smaller than Orion, and be able to launch on a variety of different rockets, including Atlas, Delta and Falcon. It will use a simple systems architecture and existing, proven components. The “100” in CST-100 refers to the 100 kilometers from the ground to low Earth orbit.
CST-100 approaching the ISS.
CST-100 on a Falcon 9.
CST-100 on a Delta IV.
CST-100 on a Delta 402.
CST-100 in Earth Orbit