Atlas V N22 | Starliner-1

Atlas V N22 | Starliner-1

Space Launch Complex 41
Cape Canaveral, FL, USA













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United Launch Alliance

United Launch Alliance (ULA) is a joint venture of Lockheed Martin Space Systems and Boeing Defense, Space & Security. ULA was formed in December 2006 by combining the teams at these companies which provide spacecraft launch services to the government of the United States. ULA launches from both coasts of the US. They launch their Atlas V vehicle from LC-41 in Cape Canaveral and LC-3E at Vandeberg. Their Delta IV launches from LC-37 at Cape Canaveral and LC-6 at Vandenberg.



Starliner-1 is the first crewed operational flight of a Starliner spacecraft to the International Space Station as part of NASA's Commercial Crew Program.

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Starliner Spacecraft 3 (Calypso)

Serial 3

Launch Crew Count 3

Status Active

Landing Time N/A



Scott D. Tingle

Spacecraft Commander

Nationality American

Date Of Birth 1965-07-19

Status Active

Type Government

Michael Fincke


Nationality American

Date Of Birth 1967-03-14

Status Active

Type Government

Jeanette J. Epps

Mission Specialist

Nationality American

Date Of Birth 1970-11-03

Status Active

Type Government

Atlas V N22

Height 58.00 Meters

Max Stages 2

Mass To GTO 0 kg

Liftoff Thrust 0 kN

Diameter 3.80 Meters

Mass To LEO 13034 kg

Liftoff Mass 0 Tonnes

Launch Success 2

Consecutive Success 2

Maiden Flight Unknown

Launch Failures 0



International Space Station

The International Space Station programme is tied together by a complex set of legal, political and financial agreements between the sixteen nations involved in the project, governing ownership of the various components, rights to crewing and utilization, and responsibilities for crew rotation and resupply of the International Space Station. It was conceived in 1984 by President Ronald Reagan, during the Space Station Freedom project as it was originally called.

Commercial Crew Program

The Commercial Crew Program (CCP) is a human spaceflight program operated by NASA, in association with American aerospace manufacturers Boeing and SpaceX. The program conducts rotations between the expeditions of the International Space Station program, transporting crews to and from the International Space Station (ISS) aboard Boeing Starliner and SpaceX Crew Dragon capsules, in the first crewed orbital spaceflights operated by private companies.

Related Events

Boeing Starliner-1 Relocation


The four Starliner-1 astronauts will relocate the Boeing Starliner spacecraft to IDA-3 located at the zenith port of the Harmony module.

Boeing Starliner-1 Docking


The Starliner-1 spacecraft will dock autonomously to the International Space Station, carrying four astronauts to the International Space Station.

Boeing Starliner-1 Undocking


The Boeing CST-100 Starliner will undock from the International Space Station and conduct a deorbit burn as part of its first operational mission. Following the deorbit burn the capsule will renter the Earth's atmosphere and land at the 'White Sands Missile Range' using its parachutes.

Boeing Starliner-1 Landing


Following its deorbit burn, the Boeing CST-100 Starliner will reenter the Earth's atmosphere and land at the White Sands Missile Range using its parachutes.

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