“Today the 1st static fire attempt aborted at T-1.1 seconds due to high engine chamber pressure,” SpaceX spokeswoman Kirstin Brost said in a statement. “We are reviewing data now and will make a second attempt tomorrow,” reports Clara Moskowitz on MSNBC. More from NASA Spaceflight.com and SpaceNews.
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