statement on Twitter, NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine said the anomaly happened during part of a static fire test of the Crew Dragon’s SuperDraco engines at Florida’s Cape Canaveral Air Force Station. The SuperDraco engines power the capsule’s launch abort system, which is designed to pull astronauts away from the rocket in the case of a catastrophic launch failure.
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