NASA Expresses “Full Confidence” In SpaceX After Recent Mishap Written 25 April 2019

25 April 2019
The Orlando Sentinel reports that NASA “reinforced its confidence in SpaceX on Wednesday as the company moved ahead with a planned resupply mission to the International Space Station despite an apparent explosion over the weekend during testing of its astronaut capsule.” In a statement Wednesday, NASA spokesperson Stephanie Martin said that the agency and SpaceX “are just beginning the mishap investigation process.” She said, “We don’t yet know what impact this will have to our target schedules. We have full confidence in SpaceX. Additional information will be released as it is available.” (Image: SpaceX Falcon 9 on launchpad 39A at Kennedy Space Center, Cape Canaveral, FL, 1 March 2019. Credit: Associated Press–©)
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