An object ejected from the primary explosion, may provide an accurate estimation of the focus of the explosion, therefore it's spatial origin, and possibly also its cause.
A comparison with the strongback of the recent JCSAT-16 mission may then show us corresponding components possibly involved in causing the explosion. A list of reactive materials known to be present, then quickly narrows the possibilities of which materials could have been involved in the primary explosion itself.
Finally, some suggestions are put forth on how risk of dangerous contact and ignition might easily be prevented in the future.
With technical drawings of the strongback, we may later be able to identify some part
Falcon, Falcon 9, explosion, SpaceX, analysis, cause, Cape Canaveral, KSC, Elon Musk, Space Exploration, Rocket, Fueling, Static Fire, Test Fire, video, Launch Report, AMOS-6, Spacex Amos-6, failure, Israel Aerospace Industries, EUTELSAT, Satellite Launch, anomaly, investigation, pad…