Dec 20, 2016 11:14 AM EST

SpaceX News & Update: Tesla CEO Elon Musk Moves Launching Of Falcon 9 In April 2017; NASA Rejects Plan; More Workforce Needed?

The failed attempt of SpaceX to launch the Falcon 9 into space has spawned much negativity for Elon Musk and those involved in the space project. There are claims arising that the Tesla CEO is on the verge of launching the program earlier than expected. Also, NASA is rumored to reject Musk's plan.

The competition is getting stiffer for SpaceX and if the space firm does not implement radical changes, getting behind might be their endpoint. However, there are speculations that SpaceX would redeem its lost glory by setting an early launching date for the Falcon 9. As for the presumption that NASA rejects it, that assumption has been debunked along with the rumored notion that the Falcon 9 would be launched in April 2017.

As for the clamor that Elon Musk is in need of more people to work in the space project for SpaceX, that has no verified claims to that as well. On the other hand, it has been presumed that Elon Musk might revamp his space team to reach his goals.

Moreover, being linked in a speculation is no longer new for SpaceX. To prove the latter,  Jobs & Hire relayed of some clamors involving Facebook's CEO Mark Zuckerberg and how he was not thrilled with the concept of delaying the launching. According to the report, 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, but NASA remained tight-lipped over the issues of placing a demand over Musk to hire more people, as noted by the same post.

For the tech enthusiasts, the fate of the Falcon 9 remains unsettled and SpaceX needs to address the flaws that were the cause of the explosion before attaining victory and realization of goals.

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