Boeing Co's Starliner space capsule is ready for launch to demonstrate that it can fly humans in space safely
The flight will take off from a spaceport in Mojave, California
No one is on board the spacecraft, which launched nearly seven months ago and has traveled some 300 million miles
Which could eventually slash greenhouse-gas emissions from aviation
Blue Origin has added hundreds of engineers over the past three years
Blockchain-inspired technology could be used to bring transparency to supply chain management
Autonomous aircraft will provide Uber-like services in the future
The Airlander can fly at up to 4,880 metres and reach speeds of 148 kilometres per hour
Thirty national and international scientists will share research accomplishments.
In the mock flight test engineers deliberately failed two different parachutes to test how it would arrive on Earth
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