The outages are reportedly due to delays in Artemis missions using NASA’s SLS rocket. The crewed Moon flight (Artemis II) and landing missions (Artemis III) have been rescheduled for September 2025 and 2026, respectively.

SLS has been criticized for its high cost and development time, although Boeing claims that these factors are “unrelated to the effectiveness of the program.” Originally planned for late 2016, the project relied heavily on Space Shuttle technology and incurred tens of billions of dollars in development costs.

The delays are not just related to SLS. Scandals involving the company’s planes, which recently led to hearings in the US Senate, may also contribute to this.

Source: Ferra

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