Boeing's first Starliner spacecraft will now land Sunday (Dec. 22) in White Sands Space Harbor, New Mexico at 7:57 a.m. EST (1257 GMT).
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Bad luck may have played a considerable role in the Boeing CST-100 Starliner crew capsule's failure to reach the International Space Station as planned.
Boeing's Starliner might have failed to reach the International Space Station during its Orbital Flight Test, but the mission is far from a total loss, NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine explained.
Starliner won't make it to the International Space Station this weekend as planned, but Boeing's crew capsule still has a busy few days ahead of it.
The uncrewed Boeing Starliner test capsule that launched today won't reach the International Space Station — but astronauts scheduled for the vehicle's next flight aren't worried.
Boeing's Starliner astronaut taxi suffered an anomaly today (Dec. 20) during its flight to the International Space Station during the Orbital Flight Test (OFT) mission.
Historians may look back at the 2010s as the decade in which commercial spaceflight really started taking off.
If you live along the U.S. Eastern Seaboard, you've got a decent shot at seeing a historic rocket launch early tomorrow morning (Dec. 20), weather permitting.
The launch of Boeing's Starliner crew capsule toward the International Space Station tomorrow morning (Dec. 20) is a big deal, and the spacecraft's rocket ride will be dressed for the occasion.
The first launch of Boeing's Starliner crew spacecraft is carrying with it the promise of a new era for U.S. human spaceflight — and a small payload of commemorative items to mark the milestone.
The debut test flight of a Boeing Starliner astronaut taxi for NASA is ready to fly, with great weather expected for its launch to the International Space Station Friday (Dec. 20).
Boeing will make history this week when it sends its CST-100 Starliner spacecraft to the International Space Station for the first time, and you can keep up with the weeklong mission live online.
A bandana-clad flight test dummy, named after 20th century feminist icon Rosie the Riveter, will be the first to fly on Boeing's Starliner vehicle this week.
Boeing's first Starliner capsule is on the launchpad waiting to fly, and Space.com got a first look at its successor, which will carry astronauts for the first time.
Boeing, United Launch Alliance and NASA have completed a key test as the Starliner capsule approaches its first flight, which is now scheduled for Dec. 20.