Boeing sped off the spatial key three-month report, warning NASA warns of design and safety concerns
- Boeing does not launch Starliner's first flight since April
- This means that his first crew test will be delayed, probably until November
- NASA warned the company about the design needed to correct security problems
The Boeing Starliner capsule has delayed its first flight untested.
According to industry sources, the company plans to make three flights for a three-month flight to the International Space Station of the NASA human flight program, which will be launched in August.
In April, it was planned to prepare a crew mission in August.
However, the latter will be pushed back. Boeing is awaiting November at the Starliner flight.
Reuters reported last month that NASA has designed the rival opponent of Boeing and SpaceX contractors and warns about security issues before humans have to fly in space.
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The Boeing Starliner capsule has delayed its first flight untested. According to industry sources, the flight planned by the company is pushing for a three-month flight to the International Space Station for human flight programs at NASA, with its launching in August.
Boeing's first flight was aimed at April, but it was boosted by two people with a direct knowledge about it.
The new schedule means that the Boeing team's mission, planned early in August, will be delayed until November.
Boeing spokeswoman has commented on it.
The NASA spokeswoman did not want to comment, but said it would be published next week in a new update schedule.
NASA will provide Boeing and SpaceX with $ 6,800 million to build rocket and capsule launch systems to return astronauts to the international station station for the first time in the US soil, the Dark American Shuttle Shuttle program since 2011.
This month, the six-chapter Capsule of SpaceX, Elon Musk, performed a six-day mission to the International Space Station.
The flight of his astronauts is planned for July. For years, the United States has been promoted to Russia to go to the station station.
This clock is marked because the US crew does not have seats in the Russian seaplane after 2019 production schedules and other factors.
NASA said that in spring 2019 and spring 2020, in 2020, two more seats were paid to secure US access.
NASA will pay Boeing and SpaceX for $ 6.8bn for rocket and capsule launch systems to build astronauts to the International Space Station for the first time in the US soil.
The start of August was launched before the United Launch Alliance Defense Mission in Florida's Cape Cañaveral launching force in June, so Boeing would start one of the first week in which it was launched by the first week in May. , describes the pressure depicting technical problems, but also the timetable in Cabo Cañaveral.
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Shuttle Columbia was shown in 2003 as part of the Kennedy Space Center
NASA launched its first space shuttle, Space Shuttle Columbia (STS-1) at the Kennedy Space Center on April 12, 1981.
In the following three decades, the space agent collected 135 missions from the US soil.
Columbia was just the beginning; Following on from the steps, NASA launched Challenger, Discovery, Atlantis and Endeavor to carry people to orbit.
They were able to build this international space station, the largest space structure, currently the home of rotating astronauts around the world, with important experiments that promote the knowledge of the cosmos.
Transbordary missions were completed with Atlantis shuttle on July 21, 2011 after the STS-135.
At that time, NASA had to base astronauts on the ISS on Russian modules, all of which started off from overseas.
Now, the space agency increases its efforts to bring home the crew presentations.
On August 3, 2018, NASA published nine astronauts that will soon take over Boeing CST-100 Starliner and SpaceX Crew Dragon, a pioneering "era of a new age" in the American space.
The gang's flight tests will start from the Kennedy Space Center in 2019.
Transbordary missions were completed with Atlantis shuttle on July 21, 2011 after the STS-135. At the top, it is released at the Atlantis Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Florida, for the end of the 30-year program.