USCV-2

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USCV-2
OperatorBoeing
Spacecraft properties
Spacecraft typeStarliner
ManufacturerBoeing
Crew
Crew size3
MembersSunita Williams
Josh A. Cassada
Thomas Pesquet
Start of mission
Launch dateNovember 2020
RocketAtlas V N22
Launch siteCape Canaveral SLC-41
End of mission
Landing dateMay 2021
Orbital parameters
Reference systemGeocentric
RegimeLow Earth
Inclination51.6 degrees
Docking with ISS
Time dockedSix months
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USCV-2, designated CTS-1 by Boeing, is the first operational crewed mission of the Boeing CST-100 Starliner to the International Space Station, and the third orbital flight mission of the Starliner overall. It is scheduled for launch in February 2020 with a crew of three. It will transport members of a future ISS Expedition to the ISS.

Crew[edit]

Position Crew member
Commander United States Sunita Williams, NASA
Expedition TBA
Third spaceflight
Pilot United States Josh A. Cassada, NASA
Expedition TBA
First spaceflight
Mission Specialist France Thomas Pesquet, ESA
Expedition TBA
Second spaceflight

Backup crew[edit]

Position Crew member
Commander United StatesBarry E. Wilmore, NASA
Third spaceflight
TBD 2 TBA, TBA
TBD 3 TBA, TBA

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