Should SpaceX slow down for safety? | The Tylt
A SpaceX rocket in Florida exploded during a routine test on Thursday. The explosion of the Falcon 9 rocket shook nearby buildings, but there were no reported injuries. It's not the first explosion for SpaceX, and it won't be the last. Proponents say that if we ever stand a chance at landing a man on Mars, it will be backed by SpaceX going where no man has gone before. But what happens when deregulation leads to the inevitable deaths of astronauts? Scroll to read the perspectives and vote!
Should SpaceX slow down for safety?
Anomalies happen. Space travel is dangerous no matter who does it. And if we want to land a man on Mars, we need captains of industry to step into the fray. SpaceX released this statement. Let's move upward and onward.
Mistakes happen. But the question is if a private company will try to cut corners, leading to more "anomalies."
This is what the future will look like.