The "Bigelow Expandable Activity Module" (BEAM) is an "experimental program developed under a NASA contract in an effort to test and validate expandable habitat technology." The habitat is built to fit in a small cargo volume, then inflate into a much larger (565 cubit foot) habitable structure.
It is slated to be carried on an upcoming SpaceX resupply mission to the International Space Station (ISS). The BEAM model will be attached to the ISS and inflated, to constitute a test of the habitat's radiation shielding, structural integrity, durability, leak resistance, etc.
Will this test begin successfully?
The question resolves positively if both:
The BEAM launches with, and is deployed by, the Dragon spacecraft,
The BEAM is successfully attached to the ISS and inflated, so that a crew member may enter.
Resolution is negative if the BEAM unit is destroyed or rendered unrecoverable during launch or deployment, fails to inflate, etc. The question will resolve when either resolution criterion is reached, and will (retroactively) close 1 hour prior to launch.