back to article Boeing and Rocket Lab hope for the best as both return to launchpad following failures

Two spacecraft with a lot to prove are ready for launch in the coming days. The first is Boeing's Calamity Capsule, the CST-100 Starliner spacecraft, which is scheduled for take off atop a United Launch Alliance Atlas V rocket from Space Launch Complex 41 at Florida's Cape Canaveral Space Force Station. The mission to the …

  1. WonkoTheSane
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    UPDATE - Rocket Lab launch was successful.

    1. Irongut Silver badge

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      Awesome, I like to see Rocket Lab doing well.

      For Boeing on the other hand...

    2. TVU

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      That successful launch is good news but unfortunately Rocket Lab shows no signs, or interest in, launching from the United Kingdom.

  2. Ken G


    For that to win the naming competition I can only guess what the other entries were;

    Project Shitshow?

    Mission Impossible?

    Titanic 3D?

    1. stiine Silver badge

      Re: Calamity?

      Like asking a 3yo a question.

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