According to the official version, “1.3 seconds before the start, SpaceX’s automatics canceled the launch due to a problem with the Raptor engine.
The company then stated that it had postponed the launch for a day and would likely try again day later. As is already known, during the repeated attempt to launch the rocket, the Starship 8 exploded. Moreover, before the explosion, a UFO was seen near the ship.\
Now it turns out that the cancellation of the launch on December 8 was also associated with the appearance of a UFO directly near the launch pad.
Moreover, the UFO was noticed, even directed a camera at it filming the launch pad and the prototype installed on it. The UFO was spotted and even pointed a camera at it.
Apparently, SpaceX did not appreciate the severity of the incident, and the attempt to launch the next day ended in disaster.