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Boeing’s 2nd Starliner space taxi test flight for NASA delayed again – Space.com

It’s a busy spring at the space station.

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Boeing’s second uncrewed test flight of its Starliner
spacecraft for NASA will not launch on April 2 after all.
On Thursday (March 4), NASA and Boeing jointly announced
plans to push back the launch of Starliner’s Orbital Flight Test-2 mission from an early April liftoff. The flight’s was already delayed by two weeks from a March 25 target due to winter storms in Houston and the need to replace some avionics boxes. It now appears that ¬†Starliner won’t be able to make it to space until later in…

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