SpaceX’s Crew Dragon capsule damaged after static fire test. Here’s what that may mean.

SpaceX may delay its planned crewed mission after one of its space capsules was damaged during a static fire test.

Plumes of smoke were seen in Cape Canaveral on April 20 due to an anomaly that occurred when SpaceX tested its Crew Dragon capsule’s Super Draco thrusters — engines designed to be part of the launch abort system for the capsule. The anomaly was contained and no injuries occurred, reported Florida Today, a publication in Brevard County, which was first on the scene to snap a photo of the smoke rising. Read more here.