No Commercial Crew Flight Tests Until 2019, NASA Confirms
BREMEN, Germany—SpaceX and Boeing have officially delayed their unmanned and crewed test fights to the International Space Station (ISS), though both companies still expect to be ready to ferry astronauts to the orbital outpost before the U.S. transportation services contract for flights with Russia...
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