On June 12, the Spacex Space Shuttle fleet will launch into orbit carrying a new capsule designed to house a crew of six.
The new space shuttle will be called Space Launch System-3, and the first crew to fly on the new rocket will be the astronauts of the first ever American spaceflights.
It is also the first time that a new spaceflike has ever launched into orbit.
But just days later, Spacex CEO Mike Suffredini announced the end of the shuttle fleet.
He said that “due to unforeseen circumstances” he would not be able to keep Spacex going, and that he would retire from the company.
It was the first public comment made by a top executive at a major American aerospace company in over a year, and it was a huge blow to the company and its customers.
But it didn’t take long for people to react.
It all started with a tweet.
A few hours later, a person with the handle @spaceweather tweeted out the following:Spacex’s Twitter account was hacked.
In a matter of hours, the Twitter account for Spacex tweeted a message that said: “I am proud to say that I have decided to step down from Spacex as CEO.
As we have said from the beginning, we are at the end.
The journey is over.
I am retiring from Spacey.”
On June 14, the same person tweeted, “The new Spacex product line will be launched with our first crew.
It will be a mission of exploration, not colonization.”
This is when the speculation really began.
Spacex was the largest private spaceflight company, and its CEO, Mike Sufferedini, had been with the company for 10 years.
The company had become the face of American spaceflight, and this was a big deal.
Suffredi had led the company to the space station and to the first successful mission to the moon, but it was his retirement that was the most significant moment in his career.
It wasn’t long before fans of the company began to speculate that Spacex was headed for bankruptcy.
“Spacex, I’m sorry, has a bad image.
This was the biggest shock to the aerospace industry,” one Twitter user wrote.
“The company is the face, and we love it.
But we’ll never love it back.
And if you’re thinking about investing in Spacex, you should reconsider.”
Other fans took to Twitter to vent their frustrations with the space company.
We are sad to see the company end.
But there is no reason to believe that the company is going to go bankrupt any time soon, according to many.
I am sad to report that @Spacex has decided to discontinue production of Spacex products, including its flagship line of space travel apparel, for now.
This will not have a negative impact on the company’s financials, but we regret the impact this has had on the Space X community.
A representative for SpaceX did not immediately respond to a request for comment from Business Insider.
The Spacex twitter account did not tweet back to the person who had tweeted it.
For most of the day, it was all speculation.
But on June 15, someone tweeted out a picture of a Spacex shirt with a caption that read: “Spacex will soon become the only private spacefaring company in the world that is not going to shut down its operations.”
It was followed by a tweet saying: “You can count on it, SpaceX will be back.”
A couple of hours later the tweet was retweeted more than 1,000 times.
This tweet was the last straw for many fans.
The Twitter account of SpaceX tweeted out this message on June 18: “We have no plans to shut Spacex down.
We will continue to fly in space and look forward to our next launch in 2021.
We have an amazing company to look forward too.
Thanks for all your support.”
The tweet was quickly deleted.
And then the company shut down.
On the day that SpaceX closed down, the tweet that many people had been waiting for was released.
This tweet read: “”In addition to a lot of fans and fans of Spacey, there will be many others who will see the truth behind the announcement.
“It was a tweet that had been making the rounds on Twitter for months, and many people who were fans of this company knew that it would be coming.
The news came just hours after the company announced that it was announcing a partnership with the private space tourism company Virgin Galactic.
It had been in talks for months with the two companies.
The partnership was going to allow Spacex to get a better deal on the space tourism venture.
The tweet was about an hour after Virgin Galactic announced that they had signed an agreement with Spacex.
But it was only a short time before the SpaceX twitter account tweeted out its