CAPE CANAVERAL—A series of successful static fire engine tests of SpaceX’s Crew Dragon spacecraft has cleared the company for an inflight abort test, followed by launch of two NASA astronauts on a trial run to the International Space Station.  SpaceX had hoped to complete both milestones this year. But in April a similar static engine test ended in a fireball at a Cape Canaveral AFS test stand and the destruction of the capsule that the company planned to use for the ...

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