The second test flight for Boeing's Starliner crew capsule, known as the Orbital Flight Test-2 (OFT-2) mission, won't lift off until late this summer.
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Boeing's CST-100 Starliner spacecraft will face another delay before reattempting an uncrewed test flight that had been targeting April 2.
NASA's moon megarocket is facing yet another testing delay ahead of the vehicle's expected first flight for the Artemis program.
NASA's commercial crew program hit another delay in getting a second spacecraft ready to ferry astronauts to space.
Boeing is planning to launch its Starliner astronaut taxi on a second test flight on March 25, company officials announced Monday (Jan. 25).
As final touches are being put on Boeing's next Starliner spacecraft to launch, the company has revealed a new Orbital Flight Test-2 (OFT-2) mission patch.
Boeing and NASA are targeting March 29 for the uncrewed Orbital Flight Test 2, Starliner's second attempt to meet up with the International Space Station.
Boeing's next Starliner test flight for NASA won't launch until early 2021 due to software checks, a NASA official said Tuesday (Nov. 10).
Boeing's Chris Ferguson is withdrawing from the first crewed Starliner test flight for NASA, a mission he was to command.
Boeing is now planning to launch the second uncrewed test flight of its CST-100 Starliner spacecraft no earlier than December, the company announced Friday (Aug. 28).
NASA has added a third astronaut to the crew preparing to fly on the first operational mission of Boeing's Starliner capsule to the International Space Station: Jeanette Epps.
NASA has completed its investigation into Boeing's problematic first test flight of a Starliner crew capsule as the company and agency look toward a second test flight sometime this year.
The coronavirus pandemic has slowed testing of NASA's next megarocket, but the monthslong process is resuming and has checked off a key milestone: powering up the core stage.
Starliner's chutes performed well during a drop test over New Mexico's White Sands Space Harbor on June 21 that was designed to simulate an abort shortly after launch.
Boeing, one of the two companies supplying commercial crew vehicles, is under investigation in relation to a lucrative contract to land humans on the moon, according to a Washington Post report.
NASA's monopoly on American activities in low-Earth orbit (LEO) is ending, and that's just what the space agency wants.
Boeing announced Monday (April 6) that it will conduct a second uncrewed flight test of its Starliner capsule for astronauts after a problematic debut in December 2019.
NASA has still not decided whether it will require Boeing to do a second uncrewed test flight of its Starliner spacecraft, which failed to reach the International Space Station in December.