Dec 16, 2016 04:10 AM EST

SpaceX Falcon 9 News; NASA Wants Tesla Elon Musk To Hire More People; Space Launching Pushed Back; Facebook Mark Zuckerberg Not Thrilled?

After its failed attempt to launch the SpaceX Falcon 9, the company has been bombarded with varying issues and claims. Assumptions have surfaced that NASA wants the Tesla CEO to hire more people to ensure the successful launching of the Falcon 9.

Rumors of Facebook's CEO Mark Zuckerberg not thrilled with the concept of delaying the launching has surfaced as well. Even though the presumptions for SpaceX Falcon 9 is resonating, Tesla CEO, Elon Musk did not affirm any of these speculations to be true along with Mark Zuckerberg.

It stands out that SpaceX Falcon 9 has dealt a mighty blow to suffice the apprehensions of those involved in the space project. However, NASA remained tight-lipped over the issues of placing a demand over Musk to hire more people. It is also reported by Blastr that NASA wants the SpaceX to prove itself and safely land on Mars before the Space Agency fully renders its support.

It seems that the fate of space exploration remains unsettled for the SpaceX Falcon 9 until it regains its place and redeem the lost pedestal owing to the explosion. In line with that, it is undeniable that space enthusiasts would begin to wonder of the fate and future of the space program, but it does not imply that adding more people involve would make sure its success.

SpaceX Falcon 9 is expected to launch by 2017, and some are even insinuating of the need to improve robotics and automation. Also, it seems that the focus of SpaceX is to improve its program and cut the room for error. To prove the latter, reports from Space News revealed that SpaceX has even reduced its commercial crew demonstration flights.

For the space enthusiasts, the journey to space is not yet over for SpaceX Falcon 9, but the need to update and eradicate glitches is crucial for its success. For some, if the need arises to hire more people, it is up to Elon Musk to weigh things and carry out drastic changes if necessary.

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