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(The Register)   The Boeing GroundLiner costs+ program enjoys another break   (theregister.com) divider line
    More: Fail, International Space Station, Space Shuttle, first crewed launch of Boeing, ASAP panel member Mark Sirangelo, number of in-flight anomalies, earlier planned launch date of February, accompanying blog post, uncrewed launch  
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2022-11-04 6:04:17 PM  
This was a fixed cost contract and has been a huge money pit for Boeing.  A well deserved money pit, but still a money pit.
 
2022-11-04 6:20:17 PM  
At least get some basics right subby. Boeing is losing their own money this time around.

Which is a nice change.
 
2022-11-05 10:37:09 AM  
From now, I will also be referring to Starliner as the "Calamity Capsule" as well.
 
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