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Emre Kelly Apr 20
BREAKING: Crew Dragon suffered an anomaly during test fire today, according to 45th Space Wing. Smoke could be seen on the beaches. "On April 20, an anomaly occurred at Cape Canaveral AFS during Dragon 2 static test fire. Anomaly was contained and no injuries."
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Emre Kelly Apr 20
Couple of things on Crew Dragon: – Unconfirmed reports: Capsule "all but destroyed" – Here's a photo gallery: – And the story:
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Jabes 🚀📷 Apr 20
Dragon's static fire anomaly was big enough to show up on radar! 🚀💥📡☁️ (Non-meteorological radar signature)
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Michael Baylor Apr 20
While today's SpaceX news is disappointing, their testing process caught some sort of design flaw before flying crew. That is what is most important. Crew Dragon will now be safer while flying crew than it would have been before today's event.
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Michael Baylor Apr 20
Additional info on the anomaly: - Spacecraft was the DM-1 capsule planned for the inflight abort test - Anomaly likely occurred during a planned SuperDraco static fire, not during Draco testing which occurred earlier in the day
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All Around Science 5m
Reposted from - Incoming SpaceX Falcon 9 Launch via Original post: "Updated graphics of the upcoming SpaceX Falcon 9 Launch of the CRS-17 ISS resupply. Includes updated first core # and flight path from FlightClub " . .…
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Michael Baylor Apr 21
Regardless of the cause of the anomaly, a Crew Dragon was lost. will need a new one for the inflight abort. At least 2 new vehicles are under construction. The one for Demo-2 and the one for the 1st Post-Certification Mission (PCM-1).
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AJ hustle Apr 23
Let’s say offers you free spot on first human expedition on would you take it ?
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Emre Kelly Apr 20
(1/2) on Crew Dragon: “Earlier today, SpaceX conducted a series of engine tests on a Crew Dragon test vehicle on our test stand at Landing Zone 1 in Cape Canaveral. The initial tests completed successfully but the final test resulted in an anomaly on the test stand."
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Emre Kelly Apr 20
Replying to @EmreKelly
And the story on the Crew Dragon incident. Don't know much more than I tweeted earlier, but this is where updates will go:
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Doug Johnson 13h
SpaceX launch in 10 mins! Stoked!
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Roger Holt 4h
They are pouring the concrete for the second concrete stand at the SpaceX Starship Construction area. 📷
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Tom McCool Apr 18
Another picture of the damaged booster with one leg hanging below.
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Philip Fletcher Apr 17
My girlfriend got me an pillow case for my birthday. She knows what's up!
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Tom McCool Apr 18
moving the damaged core off of the drone ship.
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Roger Holt Apr 20
The concrete foundation of the new hangar building has been laid. Credit📷
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Devel Sullivan 5h
I've accidentaly ended up watching live rocket launch on YouTube. I have no idea how but I was not disappointed. 😃
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passthebeano Apr 23
500K block at 263.33 anything new on the cap raise?
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Hector Rivera Vidales 17h
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Doug Johnson 13h
Awesome to watch the successful Falcon Heavy launch and triple landing!
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