1. Boeing: Pin problem caused parachute issue  Associated Press
  2. Missing pin blamed for Boeing pad abort parachute anomaly  SpaceNews
  3. 'Pad Abort' Success Keeps Boeing's Starliner on Track for December Launch to Space Station  Space.com
  4. Video: New view of Starliner pad abort test  Spaceflight Now
  5. Boeing traces problem with Starliner parachute system to an unsecured pin  Yahoo News
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Boeing's astronaut taxi remains on track for a December demonstration flight to the International Space Station after passing a key safety test earlier this week.And technicians have figured out why one main parachute didn't deploy as planned.

'Pad Abort' Success Keeps Boeing's Starliner on Track for December Launch to Space Station | Space

Boeing said Nov. 7 that a misplaced pin prevented a parachute from deploying during a pad abort test of its CST-100 Starliner vehicle three days earlier.Boeing said Nov. 7 that a misplaced pin prevented a parachute from deploying during a pad abort test of its CST-100 Starliner vehicle three days earlier.

Missing pin blamed for Boeing pad abort parachute anomaly - SpaceNews.com

Video: New view of Starliner pad abort test – Spaceflight Now

“.@BoeingSpace remains on track to launch Starliner on its first test flight to the @Space_Station on Dec. 17, after preliminary data showed Monday's pad abort test in New Mexico was successful in proving its emergency escape system works. https://t.co/DdJvyyQiTO”

Michael Sheetz on Twitter: ".@BoeingSpace remains on track to launch Starliner on its first test flight to the @Space_Station on Dec. 17, after preliminary data showed Monday's pad abort test in New Mexico was successful in proving its emergency escape system works.… https://t.co/a543Y7WNBA"

“This is great news for the commercial crew program - successful abort test by the CST-100. Congrats @Boeing! https://t.co/klBrIO6ZeU”

Terry Virts on Twitter: "This is great news for the commercial crew program - successful abort test by the CST-100. Congrats @Boeing! https://t.co/klBrIO6ZeU"

“Boeing’s Starliner Completes Pad Abort Test for Commercial Crew https://t.co/ODOcRTClbn”

Nayef Al-Rodhan on Twitter: "Boeing’s Starliner Completes Pad Abort Test for Commercial Crew https://t.co/ODOcRTClbn"

“The short, violent flight no astronaut wants to go on, but is thankful for. Congrats to @BoeingSpace on the #Starliner abort test! Good luck with the 17 Dec launch. https://t.co/yQU6WzqAH4”

Chris Hadfield on Twitter: "The short, violent flight no astronaut wants to go on, but is thankful for. Congrats to @BoeingSpace on the #Starliner abort test! Good luck with the 17 Dec launch. https://t.co/yQU6WzqAH4… https://t.co/4u6fkgHJR5"

Photos: Starliner crew capsule performs pad abort test – Spaceflight Now

For want of a pin, the use of a spaceship's parachute was lost. That may be a simplistic way to explain why one of the three parachutes on Boeing's CST-100 Starliner space taxi failed to open. It does, however, serve as a cautionary tale about the one obvious glitch in Monday's pad abortFor want of a pin, the use of a spaceship's parachute was lost. That may be a simplistic way to explain why one of the three parachutes on Boeing's CST-100 Starliner space taxi failed to open. It does, however, serve as a cautionary tale about the one obvious glitch in Monday's pad abort

Boeing traces problem with Starliner parachute system to an unsecured pin

CST-100 Starliner capsule successfully lifts off from launchpad, but one parachute fails to deployCST-100 Starliner capsule successfully lifts off from launchpad, but one parachute fails to deploy

Boeing performs 'satisfactory' test of Starliner crewed capsule abort system | The Engineer The Engineer