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Hurricane Matthew tore 'school bus'-size holes in a building that SpaceX uses to prepare spacecraft

When Hurricane Matthew pounded Florida's eastern coast on Friday, it damaged quite a few buildings at Kennedy Space Center and Cape Canaveral Air Force Station. Although the storm dealt most of its damage to NASA facilities, a giant building that SpaceX leases from the US government took a significant beating, too. An industry source who works in area (but did not wish to be named due security concerns) sent Business Insider what he says is a photo of post-Matthew damage to the building, which is historically known as the solid motor assembly building (SMAB), though SpaceX now calls the structure its payload processing facility (PPF).
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