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After SpaceX Crew Dragon accident, timeline for domestic astronaut launches is murky

USATODAY.com Monday, 22 April 2019 ()
SpaceX had hoped to launch astronauts as soon as July. That schedule will likely be delayed after an accident Saturday during tests at Cape Canaveral.
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News video: SpaceX's Crew Dragon accident puts timeline of NASA's human spaceflight program into question

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The SpaceX spacecraft that flew to the International Space Station just over a month ago apparently exploded during a test of its engines Saturday, putting into question the schedule for NASA’s Commercial Crew Program.

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