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Musk says CRS-7 explosion may have been due to faulty strut | Gizmag

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21 July 2015



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On June 28, SpaceX suffered a major setback when its unmanned CRS-7 mission exploded shortly after liftoff. SpaceX founder and CEO Elon Musk has laid out the preliminary findings of the post-flight investigation which indicate the cause may have been a faulty strut.




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