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If SpaceX's rocket fails, an emergency escape system will save the astronauts onboard. NASA calculated a 1-in-60 chance they'll need it.

Business Insider Saturday, 30 May 2020
If SpaceX's rocket fails, an emergency escape system will save the astronauts onboard. NASA calculated a 1-in-60 chance they'll need it.· SpaceX is set for a historic launch on Saturday: It plans to send two NASA astronauts to the space station.
· NASA has calculated a 1-in-60 chance that the mission will fail but the astronauts will survive.
· A built-in emergency escape system is designed to detach the Crew Dragon spaceship from the rocket and jettison it...
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