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Delays in Boeing Max Return Began with Near-Crash in Simulator

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Far From the Spotlight, a Boeing Partner Feels the Heat

Far From the Spotlight, a Boeing Partner Feels the Heat

Collins Aerospace provided software that has been blamed in the crashes of two Boeing 737 Max jets.Credit...Lindsey Wasson for The New York TimesNov. 7, 2019Updated 2:51 p.m. ETCEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa — The top executive for commercial airplanes has been ousted. The chief executive last week endured withering questioning from members of Congress. Earnings are sharply…
Boeing whistleblower raises doubts over 787 oxygen

Boeing whistleblower raises doubts over 787 oxygen

Image copyright Boeing A Boeing whistleblower has claimed that passengers on its 787 Dreamliner could be left without oxygen if the cabin were to suffer a sudden decompression.John Barnett says tests suggest up to a quarter of the oxygen systems could be faulty and might not work when needed.He also claimed faulty parts were deliberately…
Boeing whistleblower raises doubts over 787 oxygen

Boeing whistleblower raises doubts over 787 oxygen

Image copyright Boeing A Boeing whistleblower has claimed that passengers on its 787 Dreamliner could be left without oxygen if the cabin were to suffer a sudden decompression.John Barnett says tests suggest up to a quarter of the oxygen systems could be faulty and might not work when needed.He also claimed faulty parts were deliberately…
SpaceX and Boeing Still Need a Parachute That Always Works

SpaceX and Boeing Still Need a Parachute That Always Works

On Monday, a small capsule launched off its test stand at the White Sands Missile Range in New Mexico, reaching speeds of more than 600 mph in just seconds. The spacecraft was Boeing’s Starliner crew capsule, which will begin carrying NASA astronauts to the International Space Station next year. Later this week, SpaceX will also…
Boeing’s Starliner capsule just tested a crucial safety system

Boeing’s Starliner capsule just tested a crucial safety system

Today, Boeing tested a key system on its new passenger space capsule, the CST-100 Starliner, a major milestone that gets the company ready for the vehicle’s first flight to space. Today’s test fired up the emergency abort engines on the capsule, designed to carry the spacecraft to safety if there is some major issue during…
Watch live as NASA and Boeing test the Starliner crew spacecraft launch pad abort system

Watch live as NASA and Boeing test the Starliner crew spacecraft launch pad abort...

NASA’s commercial crew program Boeing will run a key test today of the Boeing CST-100 Starliner, a new spacecraft developed by the aerospace company to bring American astronauts to the International Space Station, beginning as early as next year. The Starliner will undergo a crucial and necessary launch pad abort test, wherein if all goes…
Max Q: SpaceX and Boeing gear up for commercial crew mission tests – TechCrunch

Max Q: SpaceX and Boeing gear up for commercial crew mission tests – TechCrunch

Welcome back to Max Q, our weekly look at what’s happening in space and space startup news. This week was a bit more quiet than usual coming off of the amazingly over-packed International Astronautical Congress, but there were still some big moves that promise a lot more action to come before they year’s over –…
Max Q: SpaceX and Boeing gear up for commercial crew mission tests

Max Q: SpaceX and Boeing gear up for commercial crew mission tests

Welcome back to Max Q, our weekly look at what’s happening in space and space startup news. This week was a bit more quiet than usual coming off of the amazingly over-packed International Astronautical Congress, but there were still some big moves that promise a lot more action to come before they year’s over –…
NASA to livestream key Boeing Starliner spaceship test – CNET

NASA to livestream key Boeing Starliner spaceship test – CNET

Boeing's CST-100 Starliner spacecraft and its service module sit atop the test stand at White Sands Missile Range in New Mexico ahead of the company's Pad Abort Test.  Boeing You can watch a big test of Boeing's new Starliner spacecraft Monday as NASA pushes to bring crewed spaceflight launches back to US soil for the…

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Adobe Unveils Photoshop Camera App – Fstoppers

Alongside a plethora of app updates and new releases, today, Adobe previewed the Photoshop Camera app at its Adobe MAX 2019 keynote presentation. Recently popularized by the ever-increasing capabilities in today’s most popular smartphones, computational photography is all the rage today. Photoshop Camera is Adobe’s take on what Apple, Samsung, and Google think they do…

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