News Archive / Tagged: abort
Uncrewed New Shepard mission experiences in-flight abortDerek RichardsonSeptember 12th, 2022
In a reminder that rocket launches are not routine events, Blue Origin’s suborbital New Shepard rocket system suffered an anomaly during its 23rd flight.
Hot fire test of NASA’s SLS Rocket ends prematurely, placing 2021 launch date into questionDerek RichardsonJanuary 17th, 2021
For the first time, NASA fired up the core stage for its Space Launch System rocket, which is designed to send humans into deep space. However, an anomaly prompted the engines to shut down much earlier than planned.
Collision of rocket components blamed for Soyuz MS-10 abortTomasz NowakowskiOctober 13th, 2018
The problem that resulted in Thursday's failed flight to the International Space Station for two crew members - might have been discovered.
Soyuz MS-10 abort: What happened and how will it affect the International Space Station?Jason RhianOctober 11th, 2018
The Soyuz launch system is out of service due to an accident that occurred during the flight of the MS-10 mission. What this means in terms of access to the International Space Station - might surprise you.