After a botched launch in 2019, Boeing successfully test launched their Starliner spacecraft that it developed to take NASA astronauts to the International Space Station
Boeing launched its Starliner spacecraft, designed to ferry astronauts to and from the International Space Station, on an uncrewed test mission toward the orbiting outpost Thursday evening. After two prior attempts to complete such a mission failed, Boeing's goal is to prove the spacecraft can dock with the ISS. It must succeed before it can move on to missions with people on board.
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Boeing’s Starliner Launch Will Bring New Cargo and Science to the Space StationThe uncrewed flight includes a payload of food, provisions and a specialized flight-test dummy Is this a Space Station version of the message to Putin responding to his threats - 'kiss my shiny metal ...' ?
Boeing Starliner capsule launches on critical NASA test flight to space stationStarliner's second crack at a key shakeout mission is underway.
Boeing launches Starliner mission to International Space StationBoeing launched an uncrewed Starliner capsule on a mission to the International Space Station
Boeing Starliner takes off on long-delayed test flight to space stationOn Thursday, an Atlas 5 rocket boosted a Boeing Starliner crew capsule into orbit — the company's third attempt in two-and-a-half years to reach the International Space Station. not Boing fabric Congratulations! Best wishes for a successful mission. Boeing got twice the R&D $$'s than Muskrat's SpaceX but developed twice the problems. And when did American built Atlas rockets start using Russian engines/hardware?
Boeing Starliner spacecraft arrives at Florida launchpad ahead of Thursday liftoffBoeing and United Launch Alliance continue to move forward with Thursday evening's launch to complete the final test needed before Boeing's CST-100 Starliner spacecraft can fly astronauts to the International Space Station. FOX13
Boeing makes third attempt to launch its Starliner capsule to the ISSBoeing will try yet again to send the capsule it designed to ferry astronauts to and from the International Space Station on a successful, uncrewed test mission