SpaceX’s Crew Dragon test vehicle suffered from an anomaly during some tests that were conducted last month. The company confirmed this but didn’t reveal much about what really happened. While the company is yet to describe what went wrong, a SpaceX official has confirmed that one of the company’s Crew Dragon capsules that was supposed to be used for crewed spaceflight was destroyed last month when a test failure occurred in Cape Canaveral, Florida. The destroyed capsule was the one, which was previously sent to the International Space Station (ISS) and successfully docked with it on SpaceX’s “Demo-1” mission in March. It was attached to the ISS for five days before detaching and re-entering earth and landing in the Atlantic Ocean.
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