After sharing the smoke images rising above the edge of the Internet, SpaceX now clarifies that the smoke caused by the abnormalities that occurred during the crew crew's engine test of the Daily Crew Dragon crew in Florida.
BREAKING: #SpaceX The Dragon Command suffered an anomaly during a fire test, according to the 45th Space Wing. Seen on the beaches.
"On April 20, a Cape Canaveral AFS during Dragon 2 Anomaly was restrained and there were no injuries." pic.twitter.com/If5rdeGRXO
– Emre Kelly (@EmreKelly) April 20, 2019
A spokesman for the US Air Force reports local events at the Cape Canaveral Air Force Station that in this accident were no casualties. And there were no injuries at all
This crash occurred on the SpaceX unmanned test vehicle that announced the successful completion of the first test flight last month. This event, therefore, resulted in the plan to send these vehicles to the International Space Station later this year.
SpaceX founder Elon Musk said the company will speed up the investigation of abnormalities in this test. By the confidence in the security system that standardized the return of SapeX