The first astronauts set to fly on Boeing's Starliner spacecraft debuted a new look for their mission patch. Crew Flight Test commander Butch Wilmore and pilot Suni Williams sported the new insignia.
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The first crewed flight of Boeing's Starliner astronaut taxi has been pushed back by two additional months, to April 2023.
Read live updates of Boeing's Starliner spacecraft development as it moves towards sending humans to space for the first time.
The Boeing Starliner spacecraft is targeting astronaut taxi missions to the International Space Station in 2023, following a successful test mission.
NASA requested proposals for two additional private missions to the International Space Station to run between late 2023 and 2024, adding on to others approved or already flown with Axiom Space.
The Boeing Starliner team needs another five weeks or so to address issues that cropped up on a May test flight.
NASA astronauts Barry "Butch" Wilmore and Suni Williams will fly on Crew Flight Test, Starliner's first crewed mission to the International Space Station.
A never-before-seen spacesuit is making its debut with the public opening of a new NASA exhibit, but its reveal is not the only surprise: it was also made by Adam Savage of "Mythbusters" fame.
Starliner will be checked over to assess how it held up during its recent flight test. Then, Boeing will begin upgrades to prepare the vehicle for a crewed mission, hopefully later this year.
Boeing's Starliner spacecraft has completed a key test mission, and the company is ready to work out a few kinks so astronauts can climb aboard.
Boeing's Starliner astronaut taxi has landed safely back on Earth, wrapping up its long-anticipated and crucial test flight to the International Space Station.
Boeing's Starliner spacecraft will come back to Earth on Wednesday evening (May 25), and you can watch its homecoming live.
Astronauts aboard the International Space Station provided an up-close view of Boeing’s Starliner capsule in a recent video tour from orbit.
Boeing's Starliner spacecraft will wrap up its landmark mission with a touchdown in New Mexico on Wednesday evening (May 25), if all goes according to plan.
Boeing's Starliner capsule is scheduled to return to Earth on Wednesday (May 25), and teams on the ground have been gearing to welcome the spacecraft home.
Astronauts aboard the International Space Station opened Starliner's hatch at 12:04 p.m. EDT (1604 GMT) on Saturday (May 21).
In the game Kerbal Space Program, if the rocket you design does not reach its destination, you correct its problems and launch again. The first real Kerbalnaut is on Boeing's second Starliner test.
Astronaut photos of Boeing's first uncrewed Starliner spacecraft to visit the station capture its Friday docking in stunning detail.
Boeing's Starliner capsule arrived at the International Space Station for the first time Friday (May 20).