Boeing to Review 1 Million Lines of Starliner Code After Second OFT Software Issue Found

Bill Jelen

February 7, 2020

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NASA and Boeing held a joint press conference on February 7, 2020 to discuss problems found with the December 2019 uncrewed Orbital Test Flight of the Boeing Starliner.

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Starliner post-launch conference.  Photo credit: Michael Howard / We Report Space

Boeing Books $410 Million Charge for Additional Uncrewed Starliner Test Flight

Although a second uncrewed flight test of the Starliner capsule is not certain, Boeing has booked a $410 million charge to cover the possibility of NASA requiring a second test flight.

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Boeing, NASA, and U.S. Army personnel work around the Boeing CST-100 Starliner spacecraft shortly after it landed in White Sands, New Mexico, Sunday, Dec. 22, 2019. The landing completes an abbreviated Orbital Flight Test for the company that still meets several mission objectives for NASA’s Commercial Crew program. The Starliner spacecraft launched on a United Launch Alliance Atlas V rocket at 6:36 a.m. Friday, Dec. 20 from Space Launch Complex 41 at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida. Photo Credit: (NASA/Bill Ingalls)

Starliner "Calypso" Touches Down at White Sands Space Harbor

Boeing's Starliner spacecraft becomes the first crew-capable capsule to perform a land-based landing on US soil.

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Boeing and NASA are working together to return this Starliner capsule to Earth. (photo: Mike Seeley / We Report Space)

Two Sunday Landing Attempts Set for Uncrewed Boeing Starliner

NASA and Boeing are working to return the Starliner spacecraft to White Sands New Mexico.

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Image credit: Boeing

What to Expect During Sunday's Starliner Landing at White Sands Missile Range

The Starliner capsule won't be able to reach the ISS, but a critical test remains: can Boeing salvage the reusable capsule during a landing at White Sands Missile Range in New Mexico?

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