Yesterday we talked a bit about a serious failure of the SpaceX Crew Dragon capsule during the test. The capsule exploded and spat out orange smoke in Cape Canaveral where the capsule was tested. NASA said about the explosion, "That's why we're testing."
Video of the explosion or "anomaly" SpaceX is pointing to has appeared. The video is extremely grainy and seems to have been shot on a mobile phone. The quality of the video is bad enough, so we can not know what happened.
In a second, the capsule is there, and the next second, smoking debris remains on the ground. Previous reports indicate that the capsule failure occurred when SpaceX tested the SuperDracos engines.
The engines are said to be armored capsules intended to prevent a catastrophic loss of the vehicle when an engine fails or explodes. SpaceX has stated that it is currently investigating the accident. Nothing has been said so far about the accident. SpaceX boss Elon Musk has not tweeted the issue or provided insights on what he usually does quickly.
Speculation suggests that the explosion during the test could bring SpaceX's manned launch back to next year. However, this is not yet confirmed. The first launch of the Crew Dragon capsule took place in July. NASA said in a tweet that the commercial occupation program would continue. For the foreseeable future, it would seem that the US astronauts would have to continue with Russia in order to get to the ISS.