HOUSTON – Boeing has scrapped its Starliner spacecraft launch for Tuesday.
The craft – atop a United Launch Alliance Atlas V rocket – had been moved into place on the launch pad at Cape Canaveral for a test.
We're standing down from today's #Starliner Orbital Flight Test-2 launch.— Boeing Space (@BoeingSpace) August 3, 2021
During pre-launch preparations, our engineers detected unexpected valve position indications in the propulsion system.
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KPRC 2 planned to carry a live broadcast of the launch, and will when it is announced for another try.