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How to watch NASA and Boeing’s first Starliner launch today

Boeing Starliner Prepares To Launch Manned Test Flight To International Space Station
Photo: Joe Raedle / Getty Images

Boeing, NASA, and the United Launch Alliance are preparing to launch the first crewed Starliner flight test at 12:25PM ET today. You’ve got several options to watch live coverage of the launch, including YouTube (either on NASA’s or Boeing’s channel), on X (NASA, Boeing), and on NASA Plus, which has apps on various streaming devices.

The flight is meant to take two US astronauts — Butch Wilmore and Suni Williams — up to the International Space Station (ISS), where they plan to dock at 1:50PM ET tomorrow, June 2nd (NASA will live stream this, as well). Wilmore and Williams will stay on the station for a week to carry out testing of Starliner and its subsystems prior to NASA’s final certification of the craft for rotational missions to…

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