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SpaceX Crew Dragon InFlight Abort Test will include an exploding rocket

Today we are all looking forward to the incredible SpaceX Crew Dragon InFlight Abort Test which will include an exploding rocket. Currently, this Crew Dragon InFlight Abort mission by both SpaceX and NASA is scheduled on Saturday the 18th of January at 8am Eastern Standard Time from Launch Complex 39A in Florida. There is a large four-hour test window for this mission as well, so if there are some initial delays, it won’t necessarily mean returning another day for the test. This launch is going to be the final, major test before astronauts will be certified to fly onboard SpaceX’s Crew Dragon capsule in the upcoming crew flights.



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