SpaceX might take off again as early as November, exec says

Posted September 14, 2016

"May come from rocket or something else", the SpaceX Chief Executive said.

The Space Frontier Foundation (SFF) estimated how much SpaceX must spend to replace the lost rocket, factoring in future revenue from reusing the booster and the costs of repairing the launch pad.

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During a speech Tuesday in Paris, at the World Satellite Business Week meeting, SpaceX President Gwynne Shotwell said the company "anticipates" a return to flight as early as November, most likely from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station. Typically, it takes six to nine months for companies to recover after a failure, depending on the particular circumstances, said Phil Smith, a senior space analyst at the Tauri Group, a consulting firm.

"If you have audio, photos or videos of our anomaly last week, please send to report@spacex.com. Material may be useful for investigation", requested Musk through twitter.

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Although speculation continues to circle around the explosion of the Space X Falcon 9 rockets with the most fascinating theory by far being the potential that space aliens beamed the rocket, many more plausible alternatives exist including a leak of propellant fuel, metal on metal contact sparking just enough initial flame, or a buildup of oxygen. It was meant to launch with the 6 ton AMOS-6 telecommunications satellite. Internet entrepreneur Elon Musk founded SpaceX in 2002 with the goal of slashing launch costs to make travel to Mars affordable. "To address these priorities, we have been working on this offering for more than a year, which allows our customers to launch in as few as three months from placing their order". According to Reuters, the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration's Commercial Space Transportation office is overseeing the investigation.

SpaceX is now spearheading the ongoing investigation with the supervision of the US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). The Vandenberg launch pad is reportedly in the final stages of an upgrade, but it should be ready for a November launch, Shotwell said. The engines were off and there was no source of heat around, which may have led to explosion. "We remain committed to our mission".

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