On Saturday, SpaceX tested the emergency exit missile system for its new, human-capable Crew Dragon spaceship. A US Air Force spokesman told the local press that the incident at Cape Canaveral Air Station had been contained and nobody was injured. The explosion occurred after a static fire test of the emergency demolition system on the new "Crew Dragon" spacecraft, intended for NASA's "Commercial Crew" program to bring astronauts to and from the International Space Station.
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A SpaceX statement states, "SpaceX today has a series of engine tests with a crew kite test vehicle on our test rig at Landing Zone 1
Tests were completed successfully, but the final test led to an anomaly on the test bench. "
On Sunday, an unverified video on Twitter claimed the space capsule exploded during the test  This minor setback comes after a series of successes by Elon Musk, with the unmanned Crew Dragon successfully landing in orbit for the first time last month.
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This is the most recent event However, plans could launch a manned mission to the International Space Station ISS , will not be postponed this year.
Since the end of the Space Shuttle program in 2011, the US has not been able to send its own astronauts into orbit.
Instead, leaving Russia and its Soyuz probe
Images of smoke from the space capsule circulate on social media.
SpaceX, founded by Elon Musk in 2002, claimed to have opened an investigation and pledged to ensure that its systems met "stringent safety standards."
SpaceX had found the impulse to defeat Boeing and was the first astronaut to have orbited US astronauts since NASA's last shuttle mission in 2011.
But this explosion during the static test shooting of the Crew Dragon capsule can change things.
Elon Musk did not mention the incident, except for the cryptic tweet of the word "Respawn ++".