Alien UFO destroyed the SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket on the launch pad, Watch this

Alien UFO destroyed the SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket on the launch, claim UFO hunters

SpaceX Falcon 9 exploded in the air on Thursday at 9:07am ET which led to huge loss of capital and also disrupted other activities. Several other launches were delayed after the explosion and the blast also destroyed Facebook’s satellite disrupting all of its services.

Alien hunters are now claiming that UFO interrupted the flight of the Falcon 9 due to which the rocket blasted. According to reports, the UFO had no wings and appeared similar to a car size disk. What surprised the alien hunters is that if aliens are responsible for destroying this rocket then how much havoc they can create for other higher level reasons.

UFO Sightings Daily editor Scot C. Waring said, ” this makes me wonder if Elon Musk has betrayed the public’s trust by allowing the US gov to load a spy satellite or weapons satellite on board this rocket. You know, when you see aliens involved in an explosion of a rocket, that the rocket could have had massively bad implications on humanities on future. It looks like Space X is becoming an arms dealer of weapons of mass destruction. Just lucky the aliens destroyed it before it started WWIII.”

The incident took place on the pad at Launch Complex 40, a rocket site in Cape Canaveral, Florida. The launch pad and the rocket have been destructed and the equipments worth million-dollar have been burned. Though there has been no injury case. The payloads of the recovery will be a lot and the re-launch time will be exceeded to months after enquiring about the cause of the explosion.

According to Elon Musk, the fire started near the upper-stage oxygen tank when the propellant was being loaded in Falcon 9. The engine wasn’t turned on at that time. And the cause of the fire is yet to be known. The launch insurance might not be considered as the engine was off at the time of explosion.

SpaceX is the cheapest rocket launch provider and thereby preferred by the most. But the decreasing reliability might get the company in trouble as some companies might want to break alliances. Though it is still too soon to comment, the enquiries of the failure are in action.

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