Boeing’s Starliner Spacecraft Launches Toward Space Station in Do-Over Mission
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A Boeing spacecraft blasted into orbit Thursday evening and began racing toward the International Space Station in what appeared to be a smooth start to an important mission for the company.

After months of delays, the Starliner spacecraft launched toward orbit shortly before 7 p.m. Eastern time Thursday from Kennedy Space Center in Florida without crew members on board, according to a National Aeronautics and Space Administration live stream. The vehicle is expected to fly to the space station and dock there Friday, before it returns to Earth several days later.

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