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Boeing’s 1st astronaut flight now set for June after a review of small leak on new capsule

  • NASA and Boeing aim to launch the first crew test flight of the Starliner spacecraft by June 1, after resolving a helium leak and a design issue in the ship's propulsion system.
  • Boeing's Vice President Mark Nappi confirmed confidence in managing the leak, ensuring it poses no safety risks for the mission.
  • The upcoming crewed launch on June 1, with NASA astronauts on board, is a crucial step in certifying the Starliner for regular trips to the International Space Station.
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