Starliner Launch Abort Engine Leak Traced To Valve Fault

Credit: Irene Klotz/Aviation Week
CAPE CANAVERAL—Boeing has tracked down the cause of a propellant leak during a hot-fire test of the CST-100 Starliner launch abort engines and is moving ahead with an unmanned Starliner flight test in five to six months while it implements a repair plan ahead of pad abort and crew flight tests in...

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