A new type of space shuttle exploded in space on Tuesday, killing two astronauts, injuring seven people and damaging hundreds of millions of dollars in equipment, equipment that could be reused in future space shuttles.
SpaceX launched a modified version of the Space Launch System rocket on the launch pad at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida, a rocket that will fly the new Space Launch Vehicle (SLS) vehicle that will replace the Space Shuttle Endeavour.
It will lift off from Space Launch Complex 40 at Cape Kennedy, and land vertically in the Atlantic Ocean about 40 minutes after liftoff.SLS is a heavy-lift rocket designed to carry humans to low-Earth orbit.
The space shuttle was retired in 2011 and the last mission for NASA’s heavy-lifting rockets was the first Space Shuttle Atlantis mission in 2009.
The explosion happened at around 3:20 p.m.
ET (0200 GMT), according to the company.
The blast was felt throughout Florida, but was confined to Florida, and the area around the launch site was heavily damaged.
The fire was contained to the area by Monday afternoon.
According to the National Transportation Safety Board, the space shuttle Columbia rocket exploded just as it was about to take off from Cape Canaveral.
The explosion was not reported to the FAA.
The second rocket was a modified Atlas V rocket that is similar to the Atlas V. The rockets are used for military space programs, and are capable of launching payloads up to 30,000 pounds into orbit.
The Atlas V is a solid-fueled rocket.
It is designed to be launched on a heavy rocket, like NASA’s Orion crew capsule.
The launch was planned for a launch from the Space Force Space Launch Center at Cape Cod.
It was the second explosion for SpaceX since January, when a modified Falcon 9 rocket exploded during a test flight.
The rocket that exploded was launched from a refurbished Atlas V booster.
Two weeks ago, a Russian-made RD-180 rocket exploded while testing the capability of the RD-191 engine, which is used to power NASA’s rockets and other payloads.
The company said it was investigating the explosion.
The U.S. military has ordered a probe to determine what caused the explosion, according to NASA.
The FAA has issued a bulletin to local authorities warning of the potential for a hazardous event during a launch.