NASA, Boeing delay Starliner astronaut landing again, to study helium leaks and thruster issues

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The first astronaut mission of Boeing’s Starliner capsule has been extended again.

Starliner will remain docked with the International Space Station (ISS) until at least July 2, roughly a week later than the previously stated target date of June 26. The extra time will allow Boeing and NASA more time to assess several issues that have arisen with the vehicle.

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