Boeing’s Starliner  Launch to the ISS

Spacecraft Is Ready to

Boeing’s Starliner

Spacecraft is set to make its first trip to the International Space Station (ISS)

After Failing

To do so when it launched two years ago and experiencing malfunctions since.

The Test Is Uncrewed

But if successful, it will mark an important step in expanding the capability for sending astronauts to orbit from US soil – something only SpaceX can do at the moment.

NASA And Boeing

Are aiming for the launch to take place at 22.54 GMT on Thursday 19 May from Cape Canaveral in Florida.

The Starliner, A Reusable Spacecraft

Designed for crewed trips to low Earth orbit, will launch without a crew on top of a United Launch Alliance Atlas V rocket

It will eventually make its way to dock with the ISS.

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