Boeing is expanding its business of travel beyond 30,000 feet.
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In a partnership with NASA, the airline company is working to help the agency get American astronauts destined for the International Space Station safely into the thermosphere with its new CST-100 Starliner - which is a capsule.
Launchpad testing is expected to begin by August.
Boeing hired its first corporate astronaut to travel to the ISS in its CST-100 Starliner. (Courtesy Boeing)
The company's rival - private-space company SpaceX - recently suffered an explosion with their own capsule testing.
Watch the video above to hear how Ferguson is getting ready for launch.