STARLINER OFT-2 ready to fly after battling stuck valves | News Blurb

STARLINER OFT-2 ready to fly after battling stuck valves | News Blurb

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Nine months ago, the OFT-2 Starliner mission was delayed because of stuck valves and corrosion caused by ambient humidity. NASA and Boeing are ready to finally fly this uncrewed test flight to the International Space Station. Update: It launched successfully!

Launch: 22:54 UTC (6:54 p.m. EDT) May 19 ✅
Docking with ISS: 23:10 UTC (7:10 p.m. EDT) May 20

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