It's Dilbert building spaceships.Starliner program manager John Mulholland has revealed at a teleconference that the company thought it would be “more logical to break the mission phases into chunks and do a lot of testing in those smaller chunks.” Doing a single test run from launch to docking takes over 25 hours, after all.... Testing individual components is an important step in the testing process. But after you get all those parts approved, you have to test the whole assembly.Sometimes, things just don’t fit together and interact the way you expect them to and it’s not until you test the assembly that you figure that out. I cannot tell you how many times I’ve experienced that.
Tuesday, March 3, 2020
Just how badly has Boeing screwed up on Starliner
Stick a fork in them, they're done: