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SpaceX mishap investigation continues

CBS News Friday, 26 April 2019
SpaceX mishap investigation continuesEngineers continue to collect data, high-speed imagery and recovered hardware in wake of SpaceX mishap
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News video: SpaceX Engines Reportedly Test Fired Successfully Before Mishap

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According to a report by Reuters, on Saturday, a NASA safety panel said that Saturday's accident on a SpaceX astronaut capsule happened after eight engines were test fired, but offered little detail on what exactly caused the mishap or the extent of the damage. NASA's Aerospace Safety Advisory Panel...

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