Orbital Flight Test-2 will test @BoeingSpace's #Starliner spacecraft from launch to docking to return to Earth, providing data to prove it's ready to fly astronauts. What you need to know: go.nasa.gov/3sNEGlI Watch starting at 6pm ET (22:00 UTC): go.nasa.gov/3NlzX2o

May 19, 2022 · 4:17 PM UTC

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Only what 30-50 YEARS late...
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Didnt all this get figured out when the Moon lander had to dock back up with the transport back to Earth in the 60's????????? GG NASA....
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Good luck. 10 years late. Over budget. Now Russians refusing to travel in it.
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Um, 1st crewed flight was slated 2020- it’s 2022 now, that’s literally not even close to a decade. Russians are refusing travel on any American vehicle to my knowledge, not just Starliner.
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What time is the Launch in european time ?
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It’s seems to me (maybe I missed something) but aren’t @NASA and @SpaceX working together? Seems like you and them broke up? Seems like @NASA is doing their own thing now. Why?
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Far from it! SpaceX is simply a service provider, NASA has selected multiple providers for its Commercial crew program for redundancy. If one spacecraft has issues and is grounded, the other can take its place and NASA can continue to have crew launch capability.
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can you guys bring aliens for me?
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