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NASA moves Starliner landing to June 26 to collect more test flight data

NASA moves Starliner landing to June 26 to collect more test flight data

The additional docked time will give Starliner commander Barry “Butch” Wilmore and co-pilot Sunita Williams more time to help out aboard the station while flight controllers and engineers continue scrutinizing telemetry and finalizing plans for re-entry with five known helium leaks in the capsule’s propulsion system and unexpected, presumably now-resolved issues with multiple maneuvering jets.

Published by Spaceflight Now on 06/18/2024

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