SpaceX is hopeful launches of its Falcon 9 rocket will resume by the end of the year as it narrows down the possible causes of the explosion on September 1 that destroyed the booster and its AMOS-6 satellite payload. The company says it suspects the cause of the incident was improper loading of one of the cryogenic helium bottles inside the second stage liquid oxygen (LOX) tank, which could be addressed in a short time frame.
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