Boeing inches closer to Starliner launch

A United Launch Alliance Atlas V rocket stands on the pad the day after a launch attempt of two astronauts aboard Boeing’s Starliner-1 Crew Flight Test (CFT) was delayed for technical issues prior to a mission to the International Space Station, in Cape Canaveral, Florida, U.S. May 7, 2024.

Steve Nesius | Reuters

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Boeing’s Starliner spacecraft is finally at the pad and on the eve of carrying astronauts for the first time. It’s a debut that is imminent, yet feels bizarrely inconsequential in the rarefied air of human spaceflight.


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