NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine was cautious about commenting, co-explosion of "anomaly" in a tweet released after the blast occurred. He said: "This is why we test.
The unconfirmed video, shared on Twitter and since deleted, appeared on Sunday and showed a severe explosion in the spacecraft.
During a previously scheduled media teleconference on April 22 about the upcoming NASA's launch of the Dragon's capsule to the International Space Station, NASA's spokesman Josh Finch, announced that the cargo delivery mission would be using space X's Dragon Capsule.
The explosion, at SpaceX's Landing Zone 1, produced a large cloud visible for miles and reportedly major damage to the Crew Dragon spacecraft.
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Investigators need to be.
The crewed test flight wants to be silent, but due to investigations after the explosion, it will be delayed by several months
Luckily, one was aboard the craft during the test.
SpaceX is not the only company working to build a viable spacecraft for crewed missions.
Boeing's launch has now faced its own delays.
One of those companies gets its crewed rockets working, NASA is stuck hiding rides for its astronauts Soyuz capsules.