The second time Boeing has delayed the launch of a new ship to the ISS

Boeing второй раз отложила запуск нового корабля на МКС

The Boeing team was postponed until November an unmanned launch vehicle to the ISS, as well as the mission of the ship with the crew.

Us company Boeing has postponed for three months, an unmanned launch of the spacecraft, the CST-100 Cockpit to the International space station programme NASA. On Thursday, March 21, according to NDTV.

“The Boeing team has postponed until November an unmanned launch vehicle to the ISS, as well as the mission of the ship with the crew”, – stated in the message.

It is known that the first test flight of the CST-100 Cockpit was scheduled for April 2019, but then it was moved to August. The new schedule shows that the mission with the crew delayed until at least November.

As noted, the representative of the Boeing declined to comment. A NASA spokesman also did not comment, but said that the new launch schedule will be published next week.

As you know, NASA is paying Boeing and SpaceX nearly $ 6.8 billion for the creation of a system of rockets and capsules to deliver astronauts to the International space station from the United States.

We will remind, on March 3, was developed by company SpaceX reusable spacecraft Crew Dragon for manned space flight has successfully docked with the International space station, March 8 and landed in the Atlantic ocean. It was a test flight without a crew.

The spacecraft Crew Dragon was launched into orbit launch vehicle Falcon 9. Its manned Dragon capsule-2 is able to transport up to seven astronauts. Flight of astronauts scheduled for July.

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