Boeing Starliner Launch Scrubbed, Rescheduled

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. — The Boeing Crew Flight Test Mission teams are getting ready for a launch at 7:52 A. M.  Pacific Time this Wednesday for the Starliner’s first astronaut crewed flight into space. The space agency said it had to scrub Saturday’s launch.  It also missed a Sunday window for a launch.  A team of engineers found a problem with a power supply.  They removed it and replaced it with a spare. This is the latest in multiple delays of Boeing’s Starliner. It’s a partially reusable spacecraft designed to take astronauts to the International Space Station.

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