Everyone’s looking at the sky as Boeing expects Starliner to launch on Tuesday

Everyone's looking at the sky as Boeing expects Starliner to launch on Tuesday

Air problems persist when NASA and Boeing want to get started Star Capsule for unmanned vital test flight International Space Station Tuesday (August 3).

The launch target is 1:20 pm. EDT (1720 GMT), current weather patterns promote southern rainfall and thunderstorms along the east coast of Florida. 45. Oro Escadra, Monitoring launch conditions from the Kennedy Space Center and the Cape Canaveral Space Force Base. Current office forecasts show that the Starliner could explode before the turbulent weather begins, with a 40% chance of allowing the weather to start on Tuesday.

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