verb-intransitive: To give birth prematurely or before term; miscarry.
verb-intransitive: To cease growth before full development or maturation.
verb-intransitive: To terminate an operation or procedure, as with a project, missile, airplane, or space vehicle, before completion.
verb-transitive: To cause to terminate (a pregnancy) prematurely, especially before the fetus is viable.
verb-transitive: To cause the expulsion of (an embryo or fetus) before it is viable.
verb-transitive: To give premature birth to (an embryo or fetus).
verb-transitive: To interfere with the development of; conclude prematurely: abort plans for a corporate takeover.
verb-transitive: To terminate before completion: abort a trip because of illness; abort a takeoff.
verb-transitive: To stop the progress of (a disease, for example).
noun: The act of terminating an operation or procedure, as with a project, missile, airplane, or space vehicle, before completion.
noun: Computer Science A procedure to terminate execution of a program when an unrecoverable error or malfunction occurs.
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Also, per the other thread, I think the load at abort is 15g, and Jimfromnsf once said that the driving factor was outrunning the shockwave of a second stage explosion.
The report says that an abort is unsurvivable if it happens between the 30 and 60 second marks.
I may be wrong but if I remember correctly the 2 sec requirements for abort is the same as the LES/Apollo on Saturn V.
The loads applied to the vehicle on ascent, as well as other aspects of the accident environment, can pose a high risk to the crew if an abort is required.
What I did say that in my opinion as a biologist who has studied fetal development – to abort is taking life even when the fetus cannot survive outside the womb – because life is there once the sperm fuses with the egg.