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Boeing's Starliner spacecraft returns to Earth after failed docking mission

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Boeing's Starliner spacecraft landed safely in the New Mexico desert Sunday after a failed mission to dock with the International Space Station. The re-entry and landing was a success, and the space capsule will return to service. CBS senior space consultant Bill Harwood joins CBSN with details.
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