1st Boeing Starliner astronauts are ready to launch to the ISS for NASA (exclusive)

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HOUSTON — Two former U.S. Navy test pilots, now NASA astronauts, can’t wait to finally get their hands on a new spacecraft.

Butch Wilmore and Suni Williams told Space.com and a small group of reporters at NASA’s Johnson Space Center (JSC) that they are excited for the first launch of Boeing Starliner, now set to fly to the International Space Station for a roughly 10-day mission set to go no earlier than May 1.

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