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United States of America US Rocket EXPLODES >Costs Billions >FACKBOOK Zuckerberg To Blame?

Billionaires at War: Elon Musk Sees His Fortune Drop $390m After His SpaceX Rocket Destroys 'Disappointed' > Zuckerberg's $200m Satellite

  • SpaceX rocket due to launch on Saturday 's with Facebook's first satellite
  • Exploded during a static fire test early at Cape Canaveral before launch, destroying the cargo
  • Facebook's Amos-6 satellite would have widened Internet access. and has cost $200m to develop
  • Was due to beam connectivity across Africa including 14 countries
  • Facebook CEO is currently in Africa at a conference and would have been there to mark Saturday's launch
  • SpaceX CEO Elon Musk said that the cause of the accident was still 'unkown'
  • The CEO lost $390m of his personal fortune on Thursday as his shares in his other venutres Tesla and SolarCity took a hit
Daily Mail UK, 2 September 2016.


Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg expressed his 'deep disappointment' at the destruction of his revolutionary $200million satellite on Thursday when the SpaceX Falcon 9 owned by Elon Musk's company suffered a catastrophic explosion on the Cape Canaveral launch pad during a routine pre-launch check.


Zuckerberg is currently visiting several countries in Africa and likely would have marked the occasion of Facebook's Amos 6 satellite being launched into orbit on Saturday, had it not been destroyed around 9am in the massive blast. The satellite was to provide at least 14 countries on the continent and Middle East with free broadband.


'As I'm here in Africa, I'm deeply disappointed to hear that SpaceX's launch failure destroyed our satellite that would have provided connectivity to so many entrepreneurs and everyone else across the continent,' Zuckerberg wrote.









Detonation: A massive explosion erupted at a SpaceX launch pad Thursday during a routine rocket test for a planned launch of a communications satellite





Disaster: The mishap dealt a severe blow to SpaceX, still scrambling to catch up with satellite deliveries following a launch accident last year. It's also a setback for NASA, which has been counting on the private company to keep the International Space Station stocked with supplies and, ultimately, astronauts




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Facebook Founder Mark Zuckerberg wrote about the explosion, confirming that the company's satellite was destroyed and said he was 'deeply disappointed'

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Shame that Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg does not spend his time/$Millions in Africa, and NOT HELP the poor/sick in many regions of Africa,,,, to include basic supplies like food, water and MEDs..

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Update Re: US Rocket EXPLODES >Costs Billions >FACKBOOK Zuckerberg To Blame?

Israeli company compensated for satellite lost in explosion

Israel company, SpaceCom, to receive compensation after its satellite, Amos 6, exploded last Thursday.





JTA - Space Communication, which owned the sophisticated Amos-6 satellite lost when the rocket it was to ride into space exploded on the launchpad, is set to receive more than $2 million in compensation from Israel Aerospace Industries.

Israel Aerospace Industries, or IAI, a government-owned corporation, provided the insurance for the satellite.

Space Communication, or SpaceCom, a publicly traded Israeli company, also said that it expects to receive $50 million from SpaceX or “have the launch of a future satellite carried out under the existing agreement and with the payments that have been made.”

The company’s stock has fallen some 45 percent since Thursday’s explosion of the unmanned SpaceX rocket, which was in the midst of routine fueling test for Saturday’s scheduled launch from Florida’s Cape Canaveral when it exploded.

The rocket was scheduled to hoist into orbit the Amos 6 satellite, built by Israel Aerospace Industries and owned by SpaceCom Ltd. in partnership with Eutelsat Communications of France. It was expected to operate for 16 years in part on behalf of Facebook and bring Internet connectivity to sub-Saharan Africa and television service to providers in Europe and the Middle East. Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced the project in June 2015.

SpaceX is a private aerospace company found by Jewish entrepreneur, engineer and inventor Elon Musk. It reportedly was to be sold to China’s Beijing Xinwei Technology Group, in a deal reported to be worth $285 million, conditional on the successful launch of the satellite. It is not known how the explosion will affect the sale.

The cause of the accident continues to be under investigation.

But what really caused this rocket to explode????
Object in video is estimated traveling at 3000 mph...
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In Ladybbird's post in the first pic you can see the object over the rocket just as it exploded. I first thought this to be a bird but when you see it in slow motion, it is going way too fast for a bird.


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Israeli company compensated for satellite lost in explosion

Israel company, SpaceCom, to receive compensation after its satellite, Amos 6, exploded last Thursday.





JTA - Space Communication, which owned the sophisticated Amos-6 satellite lost when the rocket it was to ride into space exploded on the launchpad, is set to receive more than $2 million in compensation from Israel Aerospace Industries.

Israel Aerospace Industries, or IAI, a government-owned corporation, provided the insurance for the satellite.

Space Communication, or SpaceCom, a publicly traded Israeli company, also said that it expects to receive $50 million from SpaceX or “have the launch of a future satellite carried out under the existing agreement and with the payments that have been made.”

The company’s stock has fallen some 45 percent since Thursday’s explosion of the unmanned SpaceX rocket, which was in the midst of routine fueling test for Saturday’s scheduled launch from Florida’s Cape Canaveral when it exploded.

The rocket was scheduled to hoist into orbit the Amos 6 satellite, built by Israel Aerospace Industries and owned by SpaceCom Ltd. in partnership with Eutelsat Communications of France. It was expected to operate for 16 years in part on behalf of Facebook and bring Internet connectivity to sub-Saharan Africa and television service to providers in Europe and the Middle East. Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced the project in June 2015.

SpaceX is a private aerospace company found by Jewish entrepreneur, engineer and inventor Elon Musk. It reportedly was to be sold to China’s Beijing Xinwei Technology Group, in a deal reported to be worth $285 million, conditional on the successful launch of the satellite. It is not known how the explosion will affect the sale.

The cause of the accident continues to be under investigation.

But what really caused this rocket to explode????
Object in video is estimated traveling at 3000 mph...
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In Ladybbird's post in the first pic you can see the object over the rocket just as it exploded. I first thought this to be a bird but when you see it in slow motion, it is going way too fast for a bird.



AH well Tarfoot. Both you and I know nuffin.. Right...

Thanks so much for stimulating my old brain on ALL my NEWs Reports..


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