News Archive / Tagged: Orbital Flight Test
Starliner makes history in redefined ‘victory’SpaceFlight InsiderDecember 22nd, 2019
Boeing's Orbital Flight Test concluded today (Sunday Dec. 22) when the Starliner capsule touched down at White Sands Missile Range. Launched Friday, the mission saw the first U.S.-built crew-rated capsule land on soil rather than splashing down in the ocean.
OFT: What went wrong?Jim SiegelDecember 21st, 2019
NASA and Boeing don't seem to know what exactly prevented the OFT Starliner from completing its primary mission objective.
Boeing Blunder! Starliner timing failure prevents ISS rendezvousSpaceFlight InsiderDecember 20th, 2019
"Unplanned but stable." That's how Boeing referred to the first flight of its Starliner "space taxi." In layman's terms, the spacecraft was placed in the wrong orbit and won't be going to the International Space Station.
Uncrewed Boeing OFT-1 mission now targeting Dec. 19 liftoffPatrick AttwellDecember 3rd, 2019
United Launch Alliance has announced that Boeing's OFT-1 mission has slipped.