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Boeing Starliner's debut crewed flight delayed again to check helium leak

  • Boeing's Starliner crewed launch to the International Space Station has been delayed due to a helium leak, now rescheduled for May 25 by NASA.
  • The delay is attributed to a helium leak in the spacecraft's service module, pushing the launch at Cape Canaveral Space Force Station to May 21, and now to May 25.
  • Despite the delay, the leak found in a propulsion system control thruster is being addressed, with assurance from NASA that it doesn't endanger the mission.
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