SpaceX Dragon crew test Anomaly ‘Send clouds of smoke over Cape Canaveral

SpaceX Dragon crew test Anomaly ‘Send clouds of smoke over Cape Canaveral

Smoke rose as reported by the Cape Canaveral Air Force Station on Saturday, after a crew capsule engine test SpaceX Dragon caused a series of malfunctions can return missions previously planned crew. SpaceX has told Florida Today the malfunction and subsequent smoking was an accomplished “anomaly.” “Just today, SpaceX has conducted a series of engine tests on a crew of Dragon test vehicle on our test bench Landing Zone 1 in Cape Canaveral, Florida,” said SpaceX in Florida Today. “The first successfully completed tests, but the latest test showed an anomaly to the test.” SpaceX was no word on what went wrong during the test. The photos were taken from a beach near the Florida test site showed smoke rising from Cape Canaveral. Completed to put the crew Dragon or Dragon 2 spacecraft its first test flight with no successful pilot in March set the stage for a return to flight with American ground crew. NASA began its astronauts to the International Space Station, with the help of Russia, since the space shuttle program ended in 2011, SpaceX had already planned test pilots of NASA to launch the crew on board the Dragon spacecraft in the month of July. They gave no official word if this “anomaly” will affect these plans. “To ensure that our systems meet stringent safety standards and abnormalities such as these pre-flight detection are the main reasons why we test. Look at our team and work closely with our NASA partners,” he said company, according to Florida Today.
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