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NASA and Boeing lay out time frame for reviewing Starliner’s flawed flight and planning next steps
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NASA and Boeing lay out time frame for reviewing Starliner’s flawed flight and planning next steps
NASA says it's working with Boeing to set up an independent investigation team to review last month's less-than-perfect maiden flight of Boeing's CST-100 Starliner space taxi, and is considering whether another uncrewed test flight to the International Space Station will be required. The uncrewed Starliner capsule had a successful launch and landing, but missed out on its space station rendezvous due to a software glitch. The glitch threw a mission elapsed timer 11 hours out of sync, resulting in the failure to execute an automated engine firing that was required to put the craft on the right orbital course. Docking… Read More
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