Boeing’s Starliner could start to the house station in December

Boeing's Starliner could launch to the space station in December

Boeing is now organizing to start the second uncrewed examination flight of its CST-100 Starliner spacecraft no before than December, the company announced Friday (Aug. 28). 

The mission, called Orbital Flight Check 2 (OFT-2), will be Boeing’s next attempt at launching its new astronaut taxi to the International Place Station, subsequent a partial failure that prevented the Starliner spacecraft from achieving the station for the duration of the OFT-1 mission in December 2019. 

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