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Transcript of Dragon's Trunk
A composite structure that connects the first and second stages and holds the release and separation system
Equipped with a hold-before-release-system, ensures that all engines are verified for full-thrust performance
Designed from the beginning to help the rocket land safely on Earth so the spacecraft can be reused
The nine Merlin engines that power the spacecraft are arranged in a web with eight engines surrounding one center
SPACEX CRISIS COMMUNICATION PLAN
Manned spacecraft failed, resulting in damage and loss of life for SpaceX commissioned astronaut, media present
Reduce sensationalization and exaggeration of incident by reiterating mission and key messages
Hold same-day press conference, John Taylor and George Diller as acting spokespeople
Release statement to media offering condolences for the loss of life 24-72 hours after incident, Elon Musk as acting spokesperson
Hold press conference 48 to 72 hours after incident, Elon Musk and William Gerstenmaier as
"SpaceX mourns the loss of the world’s heroes lost in today’s tragedy. SpaceX enabled all of the appropriate precautions to take in completing this mission safely. The [cause of death] that [insert name] sustained was unforeseeable. Crew members were given required and extensive health screenings in the years, months and days leading up to launch."