Boeing and NASA postpone launch of Starliner spacecraft

NASA picked two companies to build new spacecraft to carry astronauts to the space station. One, SpaceX, has already transported astronauts to orbit three times. Boeing, the second company, experienced a series of problems and narrowly avoided a catastrophic conclusion to its first uncrewed test flight to orbit at the end of 2019. Boeing must conduct this second uncrewed orbital trip before attempting to fly astronauts to space. The launch was postponed on Tuesday morning, and an updated date will be provided when it is available here: <a href=""></a>