Was Moscow blown up by rockets? No, that's not true: Video posted in support of the claim actually shows footage from a Russian airstrike on a mall in central Ukraine.
The claim appeared in a Facebook post on June 28, 2022. It includes a roughly 12-minute video and a caption that reads:
KREMLIN Electricity is Under Attack! PUTIN Panics When Moscow is Blown up by 2 Rockets............
This is what the post looked like on Facebook at the time of writing:
(Source: Facebook screenshot taken on Fri Jul 1 14:54:08 2022 UTC)
The video opens with footage of a building on fire, showing large plumes of smoke and emergency personnel responding to the scene. A voice in the video says:
Moscow explodes. Putin panicked and the Russian capital turned into a sea of fire after being attacked by two mysterious missiles.
Contrary to what the video alleges, the footage is not from Moscow. It's from Ukraine and shows the aftermath of a Russian airstrike on a shopping mall in Kremenchuk, in central Ukraine.
Unrelated, there was a fire at a business center in western Moscow on June 3, 2022, according to Russia's state news agency TASS. TASS reported a source saying that the fire was caused by a short circuit, brought on by improper light installation.