NASA scrubs planned launch of Boeing Starliner after Space Station mishap https://seekingalpha.com/news/3721996-nasa-scrubs-planned-launch-of-boeing-starliner-after-space-station-mishap
NASA scrubs planned launch of Boeing Starliner after Space Station mishap
- NASA and Boeing (NYSE:BA) postpone tomorrow’s scheduled launch of the company’s Starliner space capsule after a mishap pushed the International Space Station “out of orientation.”
- The decision to stand down comes hours after an unplanned firing of thrusters from the Russian module Nauka, which docked to the Space Station this morning.
- At 12:45 p.m., NASA said the flight control team noticed unplanned firing of the thrusters that moved the ISS “out of orientation,” before team on the ground eventually regained control and stabilize the motion of the space station.