It seems both the orbital and spacex ISS resupply dates have been moved back a day, CRS8 also dependent on successful SES launch though.[...]
Scimemi: SpaceX CRS-8 launch tentatively scheduled for Mar 30, but yet to be finalized; waiting on when SES-9 launches.
here is a link for anyone intresstedhttps://www.facebook.com/groups/spacexgroup/10154020161831318/
Speculation from that Facebook group is that the core in the video is the one for CRS-8. If they are correct, then the answer to your question is "no". Never heard details about the accident.
Working Dragon trunk latch issue -Piston rod in latch failed
Quote from: Toastmastern on 03/03/2016 01:47 pmhere is a link for anyone intresstedhttps://www.facebook.com/groups/spacexgroup/10154020161831318/Interested but not enough to open a facebook account.
If this launch is March 30, and Progress launches March 31:http://forum.nasaspaceflight.com/index.php?topic=39625.0Is there really no conflict there with ISS operations, keep out zones, etc.?
I'm not sure. CRS Dragons have been kept in parking orbits for a couple of days to let other vehicles move in and out around the ISS, so there is no hypothetical problem in launching the vehicle into a parallel orbit and then waiting a couple of days for MCC to give an all clear to commence approach and berthing.
How you put a Dragon on a Falcon