Boeing’s second drone capsule’s unmanned aerial vehicle flight test canceled due to technical problem
The release has already been postponed to July 30 The rotation of the space station International (ISS), caused by unexpected ignition of engines of the Russian Nauka block.
In a statement, Boeing said during pre-launch production, engineers discovered discrepancies about placing a valve in the propulsion system.
“The problem was initially identified during a thunderstorm test yesterday at the Kennedy Space Center, so Boeing and NASA’s technicians are assessing the situation, but may try again tomorrow.
John Wolmer, vice president and chairman of Boeing’s Business Group Project, said: “We regret what happened today and the need to change the timing of the launch of our Starliner.” Takes time to do.
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