The video is up on SpaceX.com. Check out the link:
Hold Down Fire Video
Elon's official statement on the launch:
"We were very happy to be able to execute a flight countdown all the way to lighting the engine. Although there wasn't a launch this time, we made a lot of progress refining the rocket and launch pad -- all work that needed to be done anyway."
These are great photos, taken by Tom Rogers, the SpaceX camera-man:
We also learned a lot and it brings us closer to a smooth launch. Other than a hold-down fire, there's not much more we can test. So we're confident the next time we will make it past T-plus 1.
'til next time.
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