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Starliner return delayed to July

Starliner return delayed to July

NASA and Boeing have pushed back the return of the CST-100 Starliner spacecraft from the International Space Station until at least early July to continue studies of propulsion system problems.

Published by SpaceNews on 06/22/2024

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GlendaleAZMan
GlendaleAZMan
24 days ago

What an Albatross of a Space Craft. It will be years, if at all Boeing makes another attempt. Too many questions exist for their safe return. Have SpaceX rescue the Starliner Astronauts, and have the Module come back empty just to be sure!

George Brawley
George Brawley
Reply to  GlendaleAZMan
23 days ago

Yes let space x go and get the astronauts

Salvatore Trentacoste’s
Salvatore Trentacoste’s
23 days ago

Let’s see $10 billion of taxpayer money delayed since 2017. Can’t get to the space station the first time it launched because of software issues now they got redesigned parachutes that they’re worried about. They have eight helium leaks that control the thrusters. I mean you got two astronauts that… Read more »

Salvatore Trentacoste’s
Salvatore Trentacoste’s
23 days ago

I think it’s time that NASA cut their losses and scrapped his program because evidently it’s gonna be another 5 years before Boeing I’ll get it right Sad that you can’t even trust their airplanes so why the hell wouldn’t anybody want to trust their lives on a spacecraft that… Read more »

Edward Tollefson
Edward Tollefson
22 days ago

The Russians will rescue them