AUSTIN, Texas — Austin-based Firefly Aerospace will be holding a town hall meeting with the company's CEO on Saturday to discuss how to improve communications with its community.

At the meeting, the company will discuss a recent rocket test failure, safety measures it has in place and how it plans on better notifying the community.

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The rocket test failure on Jan. 22 created a fireball that temporarily caused nearby businesses and houses to be evacuated and some roads to be closed.

The town hall was originally slated to take place at the Briggs Community Center but was moved to Firefly's own facility. The town hall is expected to start at around 12 p.m.

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