Boeing Starliner test flight delayed until 2022

Pushed back to solve an oxidizer isolation valve issue

NASA has officially pushed back the launch of its Orbital Flight-Test 2, which was intended to go ahead in early August, to 2022, whilst it continues to work on an oxidizer isolation valve issue onboard the Boeing Starliner spacecraft.

“The team currently is working toward opportunities in the first half of 2022 pending hardware readiness, the rocket manifest and space station availability,” NASA shared.

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