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SpaceX and NASA detail cause of Dragon test failure, crewed flight this year looks ‘increasingly difficult’

TechCrunch Monday, 15 July 2019
SpaceX and NASA detail cause of Dragon test failure, crewed flight this year looks ‘increasingly difficult’SpaceX held a press conference on Monday to discuss the results of a months-long investigation conducted by itself and NASA into an anomaly that took place during a static fire test in April. The investigation found that the “anomaly” which occurred during the test was the result of oxidizer mixing at very high pressure with […]
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