At 9:32 a.m. ET on July 16, 1969, the five massive F-1 engines on the Boeing-built Saturn V first stage produced more than 7 million pounds of thrust, lifting Apollo 11 off the ground and out of Earth’s orbit. Next stop - the Moon. #Apo#Apollo50th #Apollo50
Go inside the #Starliner production factory at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center with Houston-based engineer Tori Wills to see what it takes for the spacecraft to dissipate heat.
Captured #withGalaxy S9. @SamsungMobileUSA
Join Boeing Space teammate Elizabeth Balga at White Sands Missile Range, one of the capsule’s landing zones. Learn how the team extracts astronauts and recovers the spacecraft.
Captured #withGalaxy S9 @SamsungMobileUSA
#TBT to a week ago today when our first #777X flight test airplane made its runway debut! Our teams performed a series of low-speed taxi tests, marking the first time this plane moved on its own power. This is one of many tests before the 777X takes to the skies.
Say hello to the UK’s first P-8A, freshly painted with @royalairforceuk livery. Looking good from all angles!
Au revoir, #PAS19. Thank you for our spot on the tarmac. We appreciated the opportunity to share more about our products and services and to catch up with partners and competitors. We truly are building the future together.
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As we start our final day at #PAS19, here's a #TBT moment to this time in 1969, when the 747 arrived at the 28th International Aeronautical and Space show in Paris, France for the first time. It flew 9 hours and 18 minutes from Seattle, Wash. #whyilovethe747