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NASA, Boeing investigating why Starliner spacecraft missed orbit

Reuters Saturday, 21 December 2019
The Boeing Co Starliner spacecraft that failed to hit the right orbit to reach the International Space Station is healthy, in a stable orbit and expected to land in New Mexico on Sunday morning, NASA said.
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Another blow to Boeing: its Starliner failed to reached the orbit required for the spacecraft to reach the International Space Station.

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