SpaceX's mid-December "Return to Flight" was postponed to January 2017. The company faced suspension after a Falcon 9 rocket exploded in Cape Canaveral on Sept. 1. With the recent development, financial experts now ask whether or not the company is still profitable due to the mishap.
SpaceX identified the breach is helium pressurization caused the Falcon 9 explosion last Sept. 1.
SpaceX was shaken by an unfortunate event on Sept. 1 when a Falcon 9 rocket, scheduled to bring Facebook's Internet satellite to space, exploded while being fueled. It is definitely a big loss to SpaceX, Facebook and the satellite developer, but to add to that, Elon Musk's commercial space flight company might be suspended for up to one year due to the incident.