Boeing’s 1st Starliner astronaut launch delayed again, to May 6

The first crewed launch of Boeing’s new Starliner capsule has been delayed by an additional five days, to May 6.

NASA and Boeing had been targeting May 1 for the highly anticipated Starliner mission, which is known as Crew Flight Test (CFT). But that’s no longer the plan.

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