SpaceX's Rocket Prototype Suffers a Setback

In the process of revolutionizing space travel, there’s bound to be a few hiccups.

On Friday, SpaceX experienced one of those hiccups. During a test flight at their Texas development site, a three-engine version of the company’s unmanned Falcon 9 reusable (F9R) rocket self-destructed shortly after launching.
Flight Cut Short
During the brief flight, the rocket’s onboard sensors detected an anomaly and initiated its detonation sequence, NBC reports. Fortunately, no one was injured. Accor

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