The spokesman for the corporation said that the company isn't at liberty to comment on a classified mission. Central Intelligence Agency? - was responsible for it.
Now there's another mystery: What happened to Zuma?
A senior scientist at the Union of Concerned Scientists, Laura Grego, showed concern that the satellite might have stopped functioning near the orbit or failed to separate from the rocket during the second half of the mission.
In this image made with an 8-minute long exposure the SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket launches from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station and lands as seen from from the Ocean Club Marina in Port Canaveral, Fla., on Sunday, Jan. 7, 2018.
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As for Northrop Grumman, the manufacturer of the Zuma satellite, it simply added "we can not comment on classified missions". But because it had fought so hard for the right to compete for national security launches.
In the meantime, Falcon Heavy, like its smaller cousin the Falcon 9, will advance SpaceX's goal of cutting launch costs by reusing rockets.
SpaceX has plans for an even larger reusable rocket and spaceship system called BFR, which would eventually replace the company's current lineup. This points out to the fact that the satellite made it to the orbit and made at least one round of the orbit.
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However, SpaceX issued a statement clarifying what had transpired during the launch.
SpaceX now targets 5 p.m.to 10 p.m. Saturday for its Falcon Heavy test fire, according to News 6 partner Florida Today. Shotwell replied, "You know I can't talk about that". But this isn't one.
SpaceX noted it has a number of launches and for the next several weeks, which it would have immediately postponed had something gone wrong Sunday. Musk has said on Instagram that the vehicle will be launched on a "billion-year elliptic Mars orbit".
That would explain SpaceX's account of a flawless launch, while also squaring with the satellite is a total loss.
The launch was an important one for the California-based company founded almost 16 years ago. "ORCRP009161-topic.html" class="local_link" >Lockheed Martin Corp. called United Launch Alliance. ULA has advertised the starting cost of its Atlas V rocket at $109 million. Analysts say that further indicates the company did not see a problem with its rockets. But SpaceX was derided as an "ankle biter" by its competitors, and the lawsuit went nowhere.
Results from the firing will be analyzed ahead of Falcon Heavy's demonstration flight around the "end of the month", according to CEO Elon Musk.
But it has also had its setbacks.