News Archive / Tagged: In Flight Abort
Gallery: SpaceX’s Dragon clears safety check paving way for crewed missionsMichael McCabeJanuary 19th, 2020
CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. -- Images from the Jan. 19 test of SpaceX's Crew Dragon spacecraft which successfully demonstrated the vehicle's ability to pull astronauts away from the rocket in the event of an accident on its way to orbit.
Crew Dragon In-Flight Abort’s successful completion clears way for crewed flightsTheresa CrossJanuary 19th, 2020
SpaceX successfully completed yet another milestone under NASA's Commercial Crew Program to send astronauts to the International Space Station - the In Flight Abort Test.
SpaceX, NASA monitoring weather ahead of in-flight abort test.Sean CostelloJanuary 19th, 2020
CAPE CANAVERAL. Fla. — As the sun rises and the shorelines of the Space Coast communities fill with eager spectators, SpaceX and NASA engineers have their attention focused on the early Sunday morning weather systems.
No in-flight abort for SpaceX’s Crew Dragon spacecraft todaySpaceFlight InsiderJanuary 18th, 2020
SpaceX has been forced to stand down from today's attempt to test out a critical element of the company's crew-rated spacecraft.
SpaceX poised to take large step toward human space flightCullen DesforgesJanuary 17th, 2020
SpaceX is ready to check off another box on the list of requirements that need to be completed before the company can send crewed missions to the International Space Station.