Boeing Starliner capsule launches on second attempt to reach ISS

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An uncrewed Boeing Starliner capsule is en route to the International Space Station after launching atop a powerful United Launch Alliance Atlas V rocket Thursday evening.

The long-awaited Starliner Orbital Flight Test 2 mission, a redo of the 2019 flight that failed to reach the ISS, lifted off at 6:54 pm EDT from Launch Complex 41 at Cape Canaveral Space Force Station. The capsule carrying a test dummy and about 800 pounds of cargo is expected to dock with the ISS just after 7 pm EDT Friday, May 20

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