Starliner Return Delayed a Few More Days as NASA and Boeing Study Data Written 19 June 2024


Boeing CST-100 Starliner crew ship approaches the International Space Station. | Credit: Bob Hines/NASA; Wikipedia; Public Domain

Ars Technica reports, “NASA and Boeing will take an additional four days to review all available data about the performance of the Starliner spacecraft before clearing the vehicle to return to Earth, officials said Tuesday. Based on the new pending schedule, Starliner would undock at 10:10 pm ET on Tuesday, June 25, from the ISS. This would set up a landing at 4:51 ET on June 26 at the White Sands Test Facility in New Mexico.”
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