Elon Musk doesn’t seem to be sleeping too well since the SpaceX explosion on September 1.The rocket blew up on a Cape Canaveral launch pad during a routine test firing.

In the wee hours of Friday morning, the entrepreneur took to twitter to discuss the event and ask for help. He called the explosion the most "difficult and complex failure" he and his team have faced in 14 years. 

Still working on the Falcon fireball investigation. Turning out to be the most difficult and complex failure we have ever had in 14 years.

— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) September 9, 2016

Important to note that this happened during a routine filling operation. Engines were not on and there was no apparent heat source.

— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) September 9, 2016

Musk would like some help getting to bottom of what happened and he's using twitter to reach out to organizations like NASA and the U.S. Air Force. He also accidentally used the wrong twitter handle for Federal Aviation Administration. The account he accidentally tweeted at now has the disclaimer, "I'm not related to Federal Aviation Administration." in its description.

Support & advice from @NASA, @FAA, @AFPAA & others much appreciated. Please email any recordings of the event to report@spacex.com.

— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) September 9, 2016

Particularly trying to understand the quieter bang sound a few seconds before the fireball goes off. May come from rocket or something else.

— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) September 9, 2016

Musk also tweeted that he will be returning to work on a blog post about Tesla's autopilot software.

Will get back to Autopilot update blog tomorrow.

— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) September 9, 2016

The tweets have received thousands of responses from people expressing support for Musk and his work. One person even tried to bring some levity to the conversation and suggested it may have been a Samsung Galaxy Note 7 that caused the explosion.