قالب وردپرس درنا توس
Home / Tag Archives: crew (page 10)

Tag Archives: crew

SpaceX, NASA Stop the clean-up of the Crew Dragon explosion

The investigation into the destruction of the SpaceX astronaut taxis last month is progressing rapidly. On April 20, a crew kite capsized during a routine "static fire test" on the emergency vehicle emergency engine at the Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida. No one was injured, but the spacecraft that successfully completed an unmanned test mission to the International …

Read More »

Crew blows up boulders, opens the 145 Colorado by-pass

One crew blew up one of two boulders on Sunday night, which since Friday blocked Colorado Highway 145 north of Dolores and built a temporary road to let traffic through. Trucks pulled the debris off Sunday and the bypass opened on Monday afternoon. The boulders closed both lanes at mile 21, about 16 km north of Dolores, around 4 pm …

Read More »

USC coach who made fake crew profile for Lori Loughlin's daughter pleads guilty

Laura Janke, the 36-year-old former assistant women's football coach at USC, pleads guilty to conspiracy to commit and recommends to cooperate with the government's investigation and testify at trial. Prosecutors recommend that she be sentenced to 27-33 months in prison, the low end of the sentencing guidelines. Janke was among a dozen coaches and test administrators indicted on a racketeering …

Read More »

SpaceX's Crew Dragon has problems – and that's fine – TechCrunch

We may be on the brink of a new era of spaceflight, but premature departure would be a costly mistake – which is why the delays and failures of SpaceX's Crew Dragon, the new spacecraft, are likely to bring humans into space, are cause for concern, but do not worry. In space you can expect the unexpected. The sudden explosion …

Read More »

SpaceX Crew Dragon capsule destroyed in test accident

FLORIDA – Almost two weeks after a fiery explosion during a ground test of the new crew capsule, SpaceX confirmed on Thursday that the vehicle had been destroyed, but neither the company nor NASA's major customers have publicly acknowledged the nature of the mishap ] Instead, Hans Koenigsmann, vice president of flight reliability at California's Space Exploration Technologies Corp., known …

Read More »