Last week, NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine spoke about the need for public transparency.
Now, NASA says the site of the explosion at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station has been deemed safe and is open to investigation team members.
They will determine the impact to commercial crew flights tests to the International Space Station.
"The chance that they may launch again or launch for the first time this year with people on it is still conceivable -- more challenging than before the anomaly, but it's conceivable," Ketcham said.
The spacecraft originally assigned to the Demo-2 launch, the first flight test with a crew on board, will now be used for the company's in-flight abort test. The first operational mission spacecraft will now be used for the company's manned test flight.