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  • GSE Test Tank Undergoes Cryogenic Proof Testing | SpaceX Boca Chica

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    The GSE Test Tank underwent cryogenic testing, a new 3.6 millimeter barrel section made of thinner steel was spotted, Raptor engines continue to be installed on Booster 4, and a Circumhorizontal Arc appeared in the sky over Boca Chica.

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    0:00 - Sunrise
    0:35 - New Barrel Section Made of 3.6 mm Steel
    1:12 - Crews Work on Booster 4
    1:37 - Aerocover Truss on B4's COPVs
    2:29 - B4 Closeups
    2:38 - Raptor Engine Delivered to High Bay
    3:35 - Nosecone Production Tent (Tent 3)
    3:58 - New and Improved Nosecone
    4:52 - Barrel Sections Outside Production Tent
    5:07 - New Stand Section Delivered
    5:39 - Orbital Launch Mount Construction
    6:41 - Stairs Removed from Launch Tower
    7:54 - Orbital Tank Farm Construction
    8:54 - Work on the Catch Arms Continues
    10:08 - Work on the Quick Disconnect (QD) Arm Continues10:52 - Work on Ship 20's TPS Continues
    12:03 - GSE Test Tank Prepared for Testing
    12:28 - Circumhorizontal Arc Over Boca Chica
    13:56 - Cryogenic Testing of the Small GSE Tank Begins
    14:17 - Frost Rises on the GSE Test Tank For a Second Time
    14:50 - GSE Test Tank Fully Frosty
    15:24 - GSE Test Tank’s Valves Are Closed
    15:37 - Road Opens and Cars Return to the Launch Site
    15:50 - GSE Test Tank Up Close and Frosty

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  • GSE Test Tank Rolled Out to Launch Site | SpaceX Boca Chica

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    A GSE test tank was rolled out to the launch site. Raptor engines were delivered to the High Bay, presumably for installation on Super Heavy Booster 4. Meanwhile, work on the Catch Arms, Orbital Launch Mount, and QD Arm continued.

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    0:00 - Sunrise at the Launch Site
    0:41 - Work on the Launch Tower Continues
    1:52 - Ship 20 Awaits Proof Testing
    2:15 - Work on the Quick Disconnect (QD) Arm Continues
    3:04 - Crews Work on the Catch Arms
    5:21 - Work on the Orbital Launch Mount Continues
    6:11 - New Structure at the Production Site
    6:57 - Delivery of Production Robotics
    8:34 - Nosecones and a Barrel Section in Production Tent 3
    9:03 - Cryo Shell Production Area
    9:18 - GSE Cryo Shells Nearing Completion
    9:42 - SN15 and Ship 16 Oversee Test Rig and Stand Work
    10:11 - Deliveries to the Production Site
    11:13 - GSE Test Tank Rolls Out to the Launch Site
    12:37 - Three Raptor Engines Delivered to High Bay
    13:47 - New Nose Cone in the Production Tent

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  • Booster 3 Conducts Testing, Cryo Shell Rolls Out | SpaceX Boca Chica

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    Booster 3 conducted a round of cryogenic proof testing on Monday evening. On Tuesday, a cryo shell for the orbital launch site was rolled out but was not placed on top of a Ground Support Equipment tank.

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    0:00 - Booster 3 Cryo Proof Testing
    0:27 - Front Line Grows
    1:07 - B3 Cryo Proof from Dangercam
    2:08 - Frost Line Lowers
    3:20 - B3 After Cryo Poof Testing
    4:12 - B3 Venting
    5:55 - GSE 5 Mid Section #2 Moved Outside High Bay
    6:41 - Barrel Sections and a GSE Forward Dome
    6:58 - Barrel Section Inside High Bay Flipped
    7:24 - Raptor Engines Delivered to Launch Site
    8:01 - Two Additional Raptor Engines Installed on B3
    9:09 - Lightning Appears to Strike Ship 16
    9:32 - Sunrise at the Launch Site
    10:29 - Three Raptor Engines Installed on Booster 3
    11:11 - Concrete Pour at the Orbital Launch Site
    11:39 - Crews Work on the LR 11350 Crane
    12:07 - Part Lowered into the Orbital Launch Table
    12:38 - Delivery to the Build Site
    12:55 - Plumbing Moved
    13:22 - Ship 20 Leg Skirt Moved
    15:07 - Ship and Booster Sections Outside Production Tents
    15:32 - Ship 20 Thrust Section
    16:03 - GSE Tank Under Construction in the High Bay
    16:36 - S20 Leg Skirt Lifted onto Mount
    17:04 - Part Delivered
    17:56 - Load Spreader Attached to Newly Delivered Cryo Shell
    18:18 - Cryo Shell Prepared for Lift
    19:30 - Cryo Shell Lifted
    20:22 - LR 11350 Crane Raises its Boom
    21:11 - SPMT Moved
    21:27 - S20 Thrust Section Stacked on Leg Skirt
    22:47 - Part Lifted Out of Orbital Launch Table
    23:06 - Steel Plates Moved on SPMT

  • Ship 20 Proof Testing Begins | SpaceX Boca Chica

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    Ship 20 underwent Pneumatic (aka ambient) Proof testing, and lost some TPS tiles due to a header tank vent before undergoing Cryo Proof testing later in the night. Work on the foundation for the Wide Bay continued, and 3 Raptor engines were loaded onto a truck - presumably headed back to SpaceX's McGregor, TX test site.

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    0:00 - Ship 20 Tile Loss During Pneumatic Proof Testing
    0:37 - Replay
    0:47 - Ship 20 Cryo Proof Testing
    2:07 - S20 Depressurization Venting
    4:05 - Ship 20 After Cryo Proof Testing
    6:03 - Sunrise at the Launch Site
    6:44 - TPS Tiles Installed on Nosecone in Tent 3
    7:12 - 3 Raptor Engines Loaded onto Truck
    7:59 - GSE Tank 8 and Barrel Sections at the Production Site
    8:17 - Concrete Pumped into Place for the Wide Bay's Foundation
    8:53 - Stairs Under Construction Near the Propellant Plant
    9:12 - Last Two Cryo Shells for the Orbital Tank Farm
    9:32 - Cement Truck Being Cleaned Out
    9:52 - Propellant Production Plant and Remedios Ave Work Area
    10:43 - Barrel Sections Outside Tent 3
    11:03 - Staging Area Outside the High Bay
    11:24 - Panning Shot of the Production Site
    12:01 - Delivery Next to the High Bay
    12:17 - Dome Sleeving Area and Flipyard
    12:36 - GSE Tank 8 (outside) and Booster 5 (in the High Bay)
    12:51 - Toy Trucks on Flatbed
    13:18 - Orbital Launch Site
    13:34 - Booster 4 and the Chopsticks Visible Behind the Orbital Berm
    13:52 - Suborbital Launch Site
    14:24 - Booster 4 on a Transport Mount
    14:49 - B4 Grid Fins
    15:01 - B4 Raptor Engines
    15:44 - Booster 4, the Launch Tower, and the Chopsticks
    16:01 - Chopsticks and Carriage Construction
    16:20 - Equipment Moved at the Launch Site
    16:42 - Orbital Launch Mount Construction
    16:59 - Orbital Launch Tower
    17:20 - Quick Disconnect Arm
    17:55 - Ship 20
    19:15 - Suborbital Pad B With Thrust Simulator Installed

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  • Starship Cryogenic Proof Test of Ship 20 Attempt #1

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    Starship prototype Ship 20 is conducting a cryogenic proof test to verify the structural integrity of the vehicle. The test will utilize liquid nitrogen to pressurize the tanks and hydraulic pistons (thrust rams) to simulate the forces of the Raptor engines.

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  • Hydraulic Cylinders Attached to the Mystery Structure | SpaceX Boca Chica

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    Just before storms rolled through Boca Chica, crews installed Hydraulic Cylinders into the Mystery Structure. It is unclear what these will be used for. Meanwhile, the work on the Black Pipe and Yellow Pipe structures continues.

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    0:00 Sunrise
    0:49 Booster 4 Ring Sections Stacked Overnight
    1:35 Hydraulic Cylinders Delivered for the Mystery Structure
    1:50 Crews Install Piping Around the Mystery Structure
    3:05 Hydraulic Cylinders Lifted into the Mystery Structure
    5:09 Rebar is Laid and Tied at the Propellant Production Site
    6:21 Crews Weld the GSE 5 Tank Outside the Mid Bay
    6:50 Crews Work on the GSE 2 Tank at the Orbital Site
    7:17 Cryo Tank Shell Work Continues
    7:44 Coils of Stainless Steel Loaded onto a Truck
    8:09 Sleeved Aft Dome
    8:39 Crews Move a Dome Transport Stand
    9:06 S Booster Aft Dome Near the Tents
    9:31 A Storm Starts to Roll into Boca Chica
    10:00 Work on GSE 5 Continues
    11:31 The Launch Site is in a Phase 2 Lightning Warning
    13:05 After the Storms, Crews Get back to Work
    13:58 Truckload of Generators Arrives at the Launch Site
    14:11 New Sections of the Black Piping are Lifted
    15:12 Crews Close Booster 3’s Hatch

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  • Super Heavy Booster 4 Lifted to Orbital Launch Mount

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    Super Heavy Booster 4 is once again being lifted onto the orbital launch mount in Starbase, Texas. The booster has 29 Raptor engines installed. Once on the mount, Booster 4 will move into proof testing and static fires in the coming weeks.

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  • SpaceX SpaceX QD Arm, Catch Mechanism & Truss Structure What is What? Boca Chica August 25 2021

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    The time has come. Finally, after my vacation, I have regained the overview of the SpaceX construction sites. Still, I have a lot of catching up to do (modeling) in order to publish videos on current topics. Also in this video changes concerning the scaling are necessary.
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  • SpaceX vs FAA: Why KEEP STOPPING Starship Orbital Flight? Elon Musk Respond.

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    Nearly a century ago, humans built skyward for the first time at an unprecedented rate. It was the age of skyscrapers. First the 71-story Bank of Manhattan Trust Building up in New York City, followed by the Chrysler Building, with 77 floors, and finally the Empire State Building, with 102 floors.
    It was a moment of prosperity and promise in America. Standing at drafting tables, engineers designed these structures using reinforced concrete and daring architectures. Then, everyday laborers built them higher and higher into the sky, eating their lunches in the clouds.
    Now, we may be about to do it again.
    At the beginning of this month, SpaceX technicians and engineers stacked a Starship and its Super Heavy booster for the first time. The full stack measured about 120 meters, or approximately the height of a 30-story building. The only difference? This skyscraper was not secured to the bedrock dozens of meters below its foundation. This skyscraper was meant to fly.
    Much work remains ahead before the vehicle will launch. In the near term, more heat shield tiles must be applied to Starship's stainless steel exterior. These are needed to manage heating during atmospheric reentry.
    The company also has technical work to do on the extensive ground systems needed to fuel the vehicle. Then, there are myriad tests of the Super Heavy booster itself, including verification of its ability to withstand high pressure and static test firings of the propulsion system.
    However, the biggest hurdle of all will be clearance from the Federal Aviation Administration, which is working with SpaceX to conduct an environmental assessment of launching such a mammoth rocket from these South Texas wetlands. After a draft of this assessment is published, there will be an approximately 30-day period for public comments. This will be followed by other steps, including a determination by the FAA on whether SpaceX's proposed environmental mitigations will be enough or if more work is required.
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  • Elon Musk- SpaceX designs new space monsters B5 & SN21

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    ‘Gateway to Mars’, SpaceX is building a 21st Century Spaceport at Boca Chica Beach from where a fleet of Starships will liftoff on voyages to the Moon, Mars, and beyond. The SpaceX company is in the initial phase of developing the two-stage launch vehicle. It is currently preparing to conduct the first orbital flight test Booster 4 and Starship SN20. Recently at SpaceX discovered another monster that is Booster 5 and Starship SN21. So what's the difference between new space monsters B5 & S21 compared to other Starships? We'll find out in today's video!
    Firstly, let's start with the latest information about the starship SN20 and Super Heavy Booster 4 (B4)!
    SpaceX rolled out its next version of Starship to the pad on 5th August as the company shoots for an ambitious orbital test. The Starship prototype, known as SN20, left its production facility near the South Texas village of BOCA CHICA to arrive at the launch pad — joining the Super Heavy first-stage booster.
    Super Heavy Booster 4 or B4, the 70 METERS (~230 FOOT) tall rocket first rolled to the launch pad around AUGUST 3RD after SpaceX technicians fitted it with 29 RAPTOR ENGINES in a single night. Followed by orbital-class Starship prototype SN20 a few days later, the two stages of a Starship were stacked to their full height on August 6th, briefly creating the largest rocket ever assembled.
    However, CEO Elon Musk says that SpaceX could return the first orbital-class Starship prototype and its Super Heavy booster to the launch site after rolling the rockets back to the factory for finishing steps. So why did Elon Musk decide to back return the first orbital-class Starship prototype and its Super Heavy booster to the launch site?
    Part of the reason may come from high winds, Booster 4 spent another five days at the pad before SpaceX finally lifted it off the orbital launch mount and rolled it back to the high bay, where it took Ship 20’s place on August 11th.
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  • GSE Tank & Crane Rolled Out to the Launch Pad | SpaceX Boca Chica

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    SpaceX rolled out their current largest crane, Tankzilla, along with the first of the GSE tanks for the Orbital Launch Site. Tankzilla will also be tasked with lifting Starship SN15 onto the launch mount when it is rolled out later this week.

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    0:00 Tankzilla Prepared to Rollout
    1:10 Tankzilla Leaves the Production Site
    4:04 Starship SN15
    6:05 Starship SN16’s Nosecone Barrel Section
    6:51 Dome at the Propellant Production Site
    8:24 Orbital Launch Table
    8:54 Tankzilla at the Launch Site
    9:54 Orbital Launch Site
    10:45 Starship SN11 Debris Field
    12:18 Crane Picks Up Stand
    13:47 GSE Tank Rolled Out
    16:45 GSE Tank Closeups
    17:28 GSE Tank on Highway 4
    17:50 Tankzilla Prepped to Lift the GSE Tank
    18:59 Loadspreader Attached to Tankzilla

  • Smooth Nosecone Seen Again in the Tents | SpaceX Boca Chica

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    A smoother nosecone made with fewer panels is spotted again in the tents. Meanwhile, a Cryo Tank Shell at the Orbital Launch Site is ready to be lifted over a GSE Tank.

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    0:00 - Sunrise at the Launch Site
    0:27 - New Structure at Production Site
    1:34 - Small GSE tank / Its purpose is currently unknown
    1:58 - High Bay Bar
    2:26 - Nosecone Section Outside Tent 3
    2:59 - Crews Tearing Out Concrete to Build the New High Bay
    3:50 - New Nosecone in the Production Tents / This one is made with fewer panels than before
    4:29 - GSE Transport Stand / Crane Attached to GSE 7 in the Mid Bay
    5:01 - SpaceX Cat
    5:32 - Work Area Off Remedios Ave / This is near SN15 and SN16
    6:13 - Orbital Tank Farm and Launch Tower
    6:50 - Work on Launch Tower Continues
    7:59 - GSE Tanks Await Sleeving with Cryo Tank Shells / GSE means Ground Support Equipment
    8:24 - Crews Work on the Catch Arms / These will catch the Super Heavy Booster
    9:57 - Foward Tank #2 Booster / This is likely for Booster 5
    10:38 - Deliveries to the Production Site
    11:53 - Plumbing Transported to the Orbital Launch Site
    13:25 - Work on the Quick Disconnect(QD) Arms
    15:00 - Work on the Catch Arms Continues
    15:32 - Ship 20 Awaits Proof Testing
    16:48 - Load Spreader Attached to Cryo Shell

  • More Raptor Engines Installed on Booster 4 | SpaceX Boca Chica

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    As Booster 4 prepares for its test campaign, more Raptor engines are installed. Meanwhile, work continues on the new, wider High Bay and the GSE 1 Tank.

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    0:00 - Sunrise
    0:45 - GSE Forward Dome on the Sleeving Stand
    1:23 - Booster 4 in the High Bay
    2:37 - New Structure at the Production Site
    3:06 - Coil of Stainless Steel Delivered
    3:30 - Raptors Lined Up for Installation on Booster 4
    3:52 - Insulated Plumbing Loaded for Transport to the Launch Site
    4:09 - Ship 21 Nosecone Barrel Section in Tent 3
    4:47 - Preparations Continue for New High Bay
    5:08 - Work Continues on the Smooth Nosecone
    5:29 - Booster Inner Engine Thrust Simulator
    6:07 - BN2.1 Test Tank on Concrete Stand7:06 - Booster Thrust Simulator
    6:47 - Booster Test Stand
    7:17 - Remedios Ave Work Site
    7:35 - GSE Tank 7 in the Mid Bay
    8:11 - New Ship or Tank Section in the Mid Bay
    8:30 - Pipes Delivered to the Production Site
    9:22 - Work Continues on the Orbital Launch Mount
    9:52 - Launch Tower Work Continues
    10:42 - Orbital Tank Farm
    11:11 - Crews Work on GSE Tank 1
    11:30 - Work Continues on the Catch Arms
    12:33 - Methane Subcoolers
    12:57 - Ship 20 on Suborbital Pad B
    13:27 - GSE Test Tank next to Suborbital Pad A
    13:35 - Work Continues on the Quick Disconnect Arm
    14:02 - Work Continues on the Catch Arms
    14:16 - Raptor Engines Installed on Booster 4
    15:35 - Unknown Raptor Engine

  • Quick Disconnect Arm Lifted and Installed on the Orbital Launch Tower | SpaceX Boca Chica

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    The Starship Quick Disconnect (QD) Arm was lifted and installed on the Orbital Launch Tower. Meanwhile crews continued to work on GSE Tank 7, Booster 4, Ship 20, and the Catch Arms.

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    0:00 - The Starship QD Arm Waiting to be Lifted onto the Tower
    1:10 - Work on the Catch Arms Continues
    2:01 - Sunrise Over the Launch Site
    2:42 - Starship QD Arm Lifted and Installed on Launch Tower
    3:21 - Crews Work on Ship 20 While the QD Arm is Lifted
    3:53 - QD Arm Lift
    9:46 - Scaffolding Moved from Launch Site to Production Site
    10:06 - Unknown Items Delivered to Production Site
    10:33 - Crews Work on GSE Tank 7
    10:59 - Crews work on Booster 4 in the High Bay
    11:56 - Raptor Engine RB5 Moved into High Bay
    12:21 - Crews Work on the Starship QD Arm
    13:51 - Orbital Launch Site Construction
    14:41 - Crews Work on the Catch Arms
    15:31 - Ship 20 on Suborbital Pad B
    16:18 - Crews Work on the Catch Arms
    17:10 - Orbital Launch Mount Construction
    17:30 - Orbital Tank Farm Construction
    17:57 - Another Raptor Engine Waiting to be Installed on Booster 4

  • Elon Musk Reveals Changes in Starships Orbital Flight Plan | Transporter-2 | Ingenuity | Starlink

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    Super heavy test tank BN2.1 completed its test campaign. Starship's orbital flight may delay. Elon Musk says SpaceX's second starship booster prototype is almost finished. Super heavy booster 3 and booster 4 updates. Orbital launch tower segment 6 stacked.
    SpaceX has delayed its transporter-2 mission. Starlink global coverage by September. Interstage adapter installed on space launch system. Mars helicopter ingenuity nails 8th flight. Astronauts deploy new solar arrays for the space station.

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  • New Radar Will Predict Upper Level Winds | SpaceX Boca Chica

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    A new MST (Mesosphere/Stratosphere/Troposphere) radar is spotted at Starbase. This new wind radar will help SpaceX measure and predict upper level winds for future launch attempts. Meanwhile, Test Tank BN2.1 is prepared for its first cryogenic proof test.

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    00:20 - Propellant Production Site
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    01:00 - Crew Work on Pipes for an Orbital Site Water Tank
    01:36 - Work on Launch Tower Segments Continues / Once fully assembled, these will be rolled out to the launch site for stacking
    2:00 - GSE 3 Waits for Rollout to the Launch Site / Ground Support Equipment (GSE) tanks will hold consumables for Starship and Super Heavy testing
    2:25 - New Dome Placed on Sleeving Stand
    2:45 - Ring Segment in the Production Tents
    3:00 - Temporary Elevator Parts Delivered
    4:20 - GSE Equipment Work at the Orbital Launch Site
    4:35 - GSE 1 and 2 Tanks
    5:00 - Work Continues at the Orbital Launch Site
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    4:45 - BN2.1 Test Tank at the Launch Site / BN2.1 will be used to test the Super Heavy’s Thrust Puck and Aft Dome under flight loads
    6:35 - Column Added to New Launch Tower Section
    6:50 - Delivery to the Production Site
    7:25 - SPMT Moves a Container and Wind Radar / Self Propelled Mobile Transporters (SPMT) are used to move heavy objects around Boca Chica

  • Super Heavy Booster 4 Ready to be Removed from the Orbital Pad | SpaceX Boca Chica

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    0:55 Booster 4 Attached to the LR 11350 Crane
    3:23 Colored Labels Attached to Ship 20’s TPS Tiles
    3:35 Deck Installed on Possible Raptor Install Platform
    4:25 Cryo Tank Shell Stacking Continues
    5:21 Super Heavy BN2.1 Test Tank
    5:52 New Small Potential Raptor Thrust Sim
    6:19 GSE 7 Tank Prepared for Stacking
    6:48 Propellant Production Site
    7:47 GSE 7 Hooked to the Crane for Stacking
    8:16 Work on the Quick Disconnect Arm Continues
    10:13 Orbital Launch Site Work Continues
    10:45 Booster 4 Still Attached to the LR 11350
    11:20 GSE 7 Tank Stacked in the Mid Bay

  • Starship Quick Disconnect Arm Moved Next to Launch Tower Ahead of Installation | SpaceX Boca Chica

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    0:00 - Ship 21 Aft Dome Section Flipped
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    1:58 - Liebherr LTM 1350-6.1 Raises Its Jib
    2:29 - Work on Booster 4 Continues
    3:30 - Ship 21 Nosecone Barrel Moved
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    4:30 - Booster Inner Engine Thrust Simulator
    5:07 - BN2.1 Test Tank on Concrete Stand
    5:32 - Pipe Stands Delivered to the Production Site
    6:22 - SN15's Nosecone and the Moon
    6:37 - GSE Tank 7 in the Mid Bay
    7:04 - Super Heavy Test Stand (right)
    7:29 - Nosecones in Production Tent 3
    7:49 - GSE Tank 7 Rolled Out of the Mid Bay
    8:50 - Raptor Waiting to be Installed on Booster 4
    9:14 - Orbital Launch Tower Construction
    10:05 - Orbital Launch Mount Construction
    10:22 - Orbital Launch Site
    10:30 - Orbital Launch Mount
    10:35 - Work Continues on the Catch Arms
    10:59 - Starship Quick Disconnect (QD) Arm
    11:24 - GSE Test Tank
    11:46 - Work on Ship 20 Continues
    12:08 - Road Work on Highway 4
    12:39 - Mobile Crane Moved to the Launch Site
    12:57 - Quick Disconnect Arm Moved Next to the Launch Tower

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  • Orbital Launch Site Preps Continue as SN20 Aft Dome is Spotted | SpaceX Boca Chica

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    The continued push towards an orbital test flight has seen work continue at pace on the Orbital Launch Site, while the aft dome of SN20 - potentially the Starship to fly on the test mission - was spotted.

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    1:03 - Work on Cryo Shells and Launch Tower Segments Continues
    1:30 - Work on Cryo Shell Continues
    1:54 - Scaffolding Going Up Around a Tower Segment at the Propellant Production Site
    2:24 - Claw Attachment for a Crane Delivered
    3:09 - Starbase Orbital Launch Site / Crane Extending to Work on Integration Tower
    3:54 - Staircase Sections Being Removed from the Integration Tower.
    6:22 - Work Continues on the GSE for the Orbital Launch Site
    7:33 - Preparing for Fifth Extension to be Added on the Orbital Launch Mount
    7:53 - Installation of the Jib on the LR11350 (Frankencrane) starts
    8:27 - Super Heavy Test Tank BN2.1 Being Prepared for Testing.
    8:57 - Fifth Extension Added on the Orbital Launch Mount
    9:37 - Delivery to the Launch Site
    10:03 - Work on Integration Tower Continues
    10:30 - Delivery to Orbital Launch Site
    11:38 - Two Launch Tower Segments Being Prepared for Roll Out to the Launch Site.
    12:00 - Grove GMK6350L at the Production Site
    12:41 - SN20 Aft Dome
    13:19 - Sixth Extension Added on the Orbital Launch Mount

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  • 29 Raptor Engines Installed on Super Heavy Booster 4 Overnight | SpaceX Boca Chica

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    Overnight, crews installed 29 Raptor engines onto Booster 4 as SpaceX prepares to roll it out to the Orbital Launch Site for fit checks. Meanwhile, Ship 20's tank section is rolled out from the Mid Bay for aft flap installation.

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    00:00 - SpaceX Boca Chica
    00:20 - Raptor RC64 Brought to Booster 4 for Integration
    00:40 - Sunrise Over Boca Chica
    01:00 - Production Site Overview
    01:20 - Booster 4 in the Highbay
    01:40 - Workers Mating Both Super Heavy Halves
    02:00 - 29 Raptors Installed on Booster 4
    02:20 - The TPS on Ship 20's Nosecone is Growing
    02:40 - Aerocover Cap is Installed on the Nosecone
    03:00 - Ship 20 in the Mid Bay
    03:20 - Ship 20 Rolled Out of the Mid Bay
    03:40 - Ship 20 Sits Outside the Mid Bay
    04:20 - An Aft Flap is Installed on Ship 20
    05:40 - Work Continues on GSE 6 and 3
    06:10 - Stainless Steel Coil Arrives at the Production Site
    06:30 - Road Reinforcements Prepared for the Booster 4 Rollout
    07:00 - Mystery Structure Awaiting Assignment
    07:20 - Transporter Stand for Vehicles Next to the Mystery Structure
    07:40 - Concrete Pumper at the Launch Site
    08:00 - Work Continues on the GSE Tank Farm at the Orbital Launch Site
    08:20 - Cranes Removed from the Launch Table
    09:10 - Liehberr LR 11000 Crane on the Move
    09:30 - The Orbital Launch Mount
    10:00 - The Yellow Pipe Structure Grows
    10:10 - Welding on the Black Pipe Structure
    10:30 - Crew Continues to Install TPS on Ship 20's Nosecone
    10:50 - A Forward Flap is Installed on the Nosecone
    11:10 - Ship 20, GSE 6, and GSE 3

  • Raptor Engine Removed from Super Heavy Booster 3 | SpaceX Boca Chica

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    Raptor engine RC59 was removed from Super Heavy Booster 3, work started on the 9th section of the Launch Tower, and a Super Heavy Aft dome was spotted being worked on inside one of the production tents.

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    00:00 - Sunrise
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    00:40 - Welding on the Mystery Yellow Pipe Structure
    01:20 - Work Continues at the Orbital Launch Site
    01:40 - Launch Mount (left) and Launch Tower (right)
    03:00 - Scaffolding Built for Work on GSE Tank
    04:40 - First Column of the 9th Tower Section is Set Upright
    05:00 - Column 2 is Put in Place
    05:20 - Column 3 is Put in Place
    06:00 - Support Beams are Placed Between the Columns
    08:30 - Booster 3 After a Successful Static Fire
    09:20 - Raptor Engine RC59 is Removed From Booster 3
    10:00 - RC59 Waiting for Transport
    10:10 - RC59 Transported Back to the Production Site
    11:00 - New GSE Tank Part Transported in Front of the High Bay
    12:00 - Ship 15
    12:20 - Work Continues on the Mystery Structure at the Base of Ship 15
    13:00 - Work Continues on the Launch Table
    13:20 - Super Heavy Aft Dome

  • Major Tower work visible . SpaceX Starbase, Boca Chica, TX

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  • Elon Musk REVEALS SpaceX Starships NEW-GEN Raptors Engine Completely Change Everything.

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  • SpaceX Starship Monthly Update: September | Busy Month & HUGE Progress at Starbase Texas

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    A monthly update about the progress made at Starbase, Texas. Today, the Month of September. I hope you enjoy it!????

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  • Elon and SpaceX vs the FAA: Will the FAA destroy Starship development?

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    Elon Musk is dedicated to expanding humanity into space, and SpaceX is at a critical juncture in the development of an interplanetary transport ship. That progress could all be stopped by the federal aviation administration refusing to approve further testing or even ordering the Starship tower torn down. Are there powerful interests trying to slow SpaceX' progress? Could perhaps, the wealthiest man on Earth, be behind the current complaints against SpaceX operations?


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  • NO LIFT Starship Prototype Ship 20 Stacking Scrubbed due to Wind

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    Starship 20 is being prepared for stacking atop Super Heavy Booster 4 at Starbase, Texas. The booster already has all 29 Raptor engines installed and the Ship has all three sealevel and all three Vacuum Raptors installed. This will complete the historic first stacking of a complete SpaceX Starship Super Heavy launch system.

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  • SpaceX Has New Plans for Starship Test Campaign | Starlink v/s ViaSat | Ingenuity 6th Flight Anomaly

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    Starship Serial Number 15 (SN15) rolled back to the factory for likely retirement. The first starship orbital test flight might happen as soon as July. SpaceX may cancel the suborbital flight test of Starship SN16 and will go for an orbital flight test. Super Heavy Raptor engine updates from Elon Musk. Orbital launch tower segment assembly is in progress.

    Viasat asks FCC to halt Starlink launches while it seeks a court ruling. Lockheed Martin, General Motors team to further lunar exploration with autonomous moon rover. China launches new cargo ship to Tianhe space station module. Mars helicopter Ingenuity experiences anomaly on 6th flight, but lands safely.

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  • Next Cryo Tank Shell Rolls Out | SpaceX Boca Chica

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    The next Cryo Tank Shell rolls out to the Orbital Launch Site as SpaceX prepares for the first orbital test flight of Starship. These shells will help insulate each of the Ground Support Equipment (GSE) tanks. Meanwhile, more of Ship 20's tiles are marked with colored labels and a weather balloon is launched near the Production Site.

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    0:00 - Sunrise over Boca Chica
    0:21 - Overview of the Launch Site
    0:50 - Ship 20 in the High Bay
    1:00 - Ship 20's TPS Tiles are Marked TPS is Thermal Protection System
    1:41 - Cryo Shell Rolling out to Launch Site
    2:21 - SPMTs Rolling Out the Cryo Shell SPMT stands for Self Propelled Modular Transporter
    3:17 - Label on the Cryo Shell
    4:33 - Load Spreader Ready to Lift the Cryo Shell
    5:18 - Load Spreader Being Connected to the Cryo Shell
    5:42 - Crews Work on the GSE Tanks
    6:10 - Weather Balloon Released Near Production Site
    6:24 - Suborbital Pad B with Starship Thrust Simulator / We expect Ship 20 will be proof tested here before having Raptors reinstalled
    6:45 - Unknown Tanks at Propellant Plant
    7:25 - Overview of the Launch Site

  • New Intermittent Closure Today + GSE Test Tank 4.1 Cryo Test | SpaceX Pink

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    0:49 - Another Closure
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  • SpaceX Starship Updates! Small Ground Support Equipment Test Tank Tested! TheSpaceXShow

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    Welcome to the latest SpaceX Starship updates video from TheSpaceXFans. Finally, after what feels like forever, we have another SpaceX launch with the CRS-23 mission as well as other standard SpaceX news. Then, over in Boca Chica, work continues to progress rapidly with the orbital infrastructure at Starbase as they look to install the tower quick disconnect arm soon. Then, whilst I thought we would have seen the first Starship testing by now, there was instead the small ground support equipment test tank tested! Of course, work is continuing on Starship 20 in preparation for the first Ship 20 testing, as well as work on Super Heavy Booster 4 in preparation for testing of that too. Sit back and enjoy!

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    Mary (BocaChicaGal) & NSF Robotic Camera Team. Starship Quick Disconnect Arm Moved Next to Launch Tower Ahead of Installation | SpaceX Boca Chica. YouTube. NASASpaceflight. August 28, 2021.

    Mary (BocaChicaGal). Super Heavy Booster Quick Disconnect Installed on Orbital Launch Mount | SpaceX Boca Chica. YouTube. NASASpaceflight. August 27, 2021.

    Mary (BocaChicaGal) & NSF Robotic Camera Team. GSE Test Tank Undergoes Cryogenic Proof Testing | SpaceX Boca Chica. YouTube. NASASpaceflight. August 26, 2021.

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  • Elon Reacts to Jeff Bezos New Stainless Steel Test Tank + Space News | SpaceX Pink

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    0:07 - Wide Bay Building Progress
    0:17 - Aerial View + Elon Tweet
    0:28 - GSE Test Tank 4.1 Ready for Cryo
    0:44 - Jeff Bezos New Stainless Steel Test Tank
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    1:46 - Starlink off-on
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    2:37 - Outro


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  • Quick Disconnect Arm Work Continues as Hinges are Seen on the Launch Tower | SpaceX Boca Chica

    20:47

    Crews continue to prepare the Quick Disconnect Arm for installation. Its attachment points on the Launch Tower were fitted earlier this week. Meanwhile, Booster 4 remains in the High Bay as Ship 20 gets ready for its test campaign.

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    0:00 Crews Work on the Orbital Launch Site Overnight
    0:53 Sunrise
    1:26 Cryo Tank Shell Attached to the LR 11000 Crane
    1:57 Bigge Crane and Orbital Tank Farm GSE
    2:27 Propellant Subcoolers
    3:33 Orbital Tank Farm Pan
    4:18 Work on the Catch Arms Continues
    5:48 Work Continues on the Orbital Launch Mount
    6:17 Ship 20 on Suborbital Pad B
    7:13 Work on the Quick Disconnect Arm Continues
    9:10 GSE 7 Tank Stacked in the Mid Bay
    10:15 Remedios Ave Storage and Work Area
    10:35 Work Continues on the Thrust Simulator Stand
    11:05 BN2.1 Test Tank, Ship Aft Section on Mount, Booster Thrust Simulator
    11:37 Booster Thrust Simulator
    12:07 GSE 7 Tank in Mid Bay
    12:38 Production Site
    13:04 Ring Section Marked “Not for Flight Use”
    13:58 Work on the Smooth Nosecone Continues
    15:39 Booster 4 in the High Bay
    16:08 Ring Sections Outside the High Bay
    16:32 Short GSE Tank
    17:01 Work on the Launch Tower Continues
    17:25 B3 and S20
    17:56 Catch Arms and Orbital Tank Farm
    18:24 Base of the Launch Tower
    19:29 Work Continues on the Catch Arms
    18:59 B3, S20, and the Launch Site

  • SpaceX Mechazilla Booster/Starship Catching Mechanism Aerial Flyover

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  • Major Starbase Update: FAAs Environmental Assessment Explained | SpaceX Boca Chica

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    A deep dive into the recently released draft Environmental Assessment (EA) for public comment, detailing SpaceX's future plans for Starbase and its environmental impacts to Boca Chica, and the surrounding area. Once approved, SpaceX can begin launching full stack Starships to orbit.
    If you'd like to submit your thoughts on the Assessment, comments may be submitted by email to SpaceXBocaChica@icf.com. The full EA draft can be found here:


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    SN20's Aft Dome was sleeved, and another Launch Tower section was rolled to the Launch Site.

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    0:00 - LR 11350 owers its Boom
    0:35 - Sunrise Over the Launch Site
    1:06 - Water Tank Lifted
    1:44 - Launch Tower and Launch Tower Section
    2:08 - SN20 Aft Dome Sleeved
    3:11 - Booster Forward Dome
    3:41 - Launch Tower Section Ready for Move
    4:07 - Launch Tower Section Moved to Launch Site
    7:18 - Delivery to Launch Site
    7:40 - Two Launch Tower Sections Waiting to be Stacked

  • Super Heavy Booster 4 Grid Fins Ready for Installation | SpaceX Boca Chica

    18:38

    Grid fins are spotted as crews rollout the Booster 4 methane tank section from the High Bay for installation. Meanwhile, a forward flap, presumably for Ship 20, is delivered to the Production Site.

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    00:00 - SpaceX Boca Chica
    00:20 - Sunrise at Boca Chica
    00:40 - Work Continues at the Launch Site
    01:00 - Work Continues on the Yellow Pipe Structure
    02:00 - Black Pipe Structure Attached to Crane
    02:20 - Preparations on the Launch Mount
    02:40 - Leibherr LR 11000 Crane Moved
    03:20 - Delivery to the Production Site
    04:06 - Delivery to the Launch Site
    04:30 - The Orbital Launch Site Tank Farm
    04:40 - Work Continues on GSE Tanks
    05:40 - The Launch Mount
    06:00 - Cryo Shell Construction Continues
    07:00 - Worker Lines Up Rings of a Cryo Shell
    07:30 - New Brick Structure Behind the Mid Bay
    07:50 - Booster 4 in the High Bay
    08:10 - Mid Bay with Part of Ship 20 Inside
    08:30 - GSE Tanks and the HLS Mockup
    08:50 - GSE 6 (left) and GSE 3 (right)
    10:00 -Thrust Section of Booster 4
    10:20 - Thrust Section Going Into the High Bay
    10:50 - Preparation for Booster 4 Stacking
    11:10 - The Nosecone for Ship 20 Gets Its TPS Installed
    11:30 - Starship Forward Flap are Moved Near the Tents
    12:10 - Booster 4 Stacking Continues in the High Bay
    13:04 - Ship Aerocover Cap Unloaded
    13:40 - The Orbital Launch Site
    14:00 - Container Wall Being Built at the Orbital Launch Site
    14:20 - Crane Lowers Grid Fin
    14:40 - Booster Grid Fin
    15:40 - Booster 4 Methane Tank Moved Out of the High Bay
    16:00 - Booster 4 Methane Tank on a Transport Cart

  • Starship Neuigkeiten - Baut Elon Musk jetzt einen Tunnel in Boca Chica?

    17:57

    heutigen Starship Update werfen wir wieder einen ganz genauen Blick nach Boca Chica, oder Starbase, wie es genannt wird. Wir nehmen die Entwicklung von Starship und Superheavy unter die Lupe und gehen der Frage nach, ob Elon Musks Boring Company einen Tunnel in Boca Chica bauen wird.

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  • SpaceX Launch tower and Launch table Status, Test tank BN2 1. Boca Chica TX June 9, 2021

    2:00

    Last night the first cryo test was performed with the Super Heavy Booster test tank BN2.1. It looks like the tests were successful. The LR 11350 crane is being expanded and more launch tower segments are ready for stacking.
    All six launch table column extensions are assembled and welded.

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  • Ship 21s Aft Dome Sleeved | SpaceX Boca Chica

    15:17

    As Ship 20 prepares for its first tests, SpaceX is already hard at work on the next Starship vehicle, Ship 21. Its Aft Dome, the mounting point for six Raptor engines, was sleeved. Meanwhile, work continues on the Catch Arms and more Cryo Tank Shells appear to be ready to roll out soon.

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    0:00 - Sunrise over the Launch Site
    0:45 - I-Beam Transported at Production Site
    1:21 - GSE Aft Section
    1:42 - Aft Section on the New Stand Structure Near Booster Thrust Simulator
    2:13 - Work on the New Stand Structure It has received new black paint
    2:38 - Two Raptor Engines Delivered
    3:28 - I-Beam Transported at Production Site
    3:51 - Booster 4 in High Bay
    4:59 - Propellant Production Site SN15 and SN16 in the background
    5:22 - Cryoshells Awaiting Transport to the Launch Site
    5:47 - Cranes at the OLP
    6:13 - Work on the Catching Mechanism
    6:36 - Orbital Launch Pad Receiving More Work
    7:06 - Piping Next to the OLP
    7:32 - Work Continues on the Catching Mechanism
    8:23 - Work Continues on the QD Arm
    8:49 - Work Continues at the Launch Site
    9:20 - QD Arm Getting Ready to be Installed at the Tower
    10:14 - Crews Work on the Catching Mechanism
    11:02 - Ship 20 Awaits Testing
    12:22 - Ship Aft Dome Preparing for Sleeving Assigned for Ship 21
    12:48 - New Structure at the Production Site
    13:20 - Ship Aft Dome Sleeved

  • Super Heavy Booster Quick Disconnect Installed on Orbital Launch Mount | SpaceX Boca Chica

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    The Quick Disconnect hardware for Super Heavy Boosters was installed on the Orbital Launch Mount. Meanwhile, work continued on Ship 20's TPS tiles, the Catch Arms, and the Starship QD arm.

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    0:00 - Sunrise at the Launch Site
    0:24 - Ship 21 Aft Dome Section
    0:47 - Work on Orbital Launch Mount (OLM) Continues
    1:34 - New Propellant Loading Umbilical Installed on OLM
    2:30 - Propellant Subcoolers at the Orbital Tank Farm
    2:56 - Work on the Catch Arms Continues
    3:47 - Work on the Quick Disconnect (QD) Arm Continues
    5:09 - Self-Propelled Modular Transporters at the Production Site
    5:38 - Deliveries to the Production Site
    6:36 - Construction for New Wider High Bay
    7:24 - New and Impoved Nosecone Being Worked on in Tent 3
    7:47 - 4 Ring Barrel Section at Production Site
    8:14 - Super Heavy Thrust Simulator
    8:44 - The New and Improved Nose Cone in Tent 3
    9:11 - Stainless Steel Coils for Future Vehicles
    9:35 - Seagulls Resting on a Transport Stand
    10:00 - 3.6mm 4 Ring Barrel
    10:26 - Work on Booster 4 in the High Bay
    10:52 - Work on Ship 20's TPS Tiles
    13:31 - Wilson's Plover at Starbase
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  • SpaceX One Step Away From First Starship Orbital Launch

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    SpaceX News - SpaceX Starship Orbital Flight Testing Begins With SpaceX Mechazilla In Boca Chica

    After being rejoined at the launch site, Booster 4 and Ship 20 will go through proof testing and Static Fire tests before reuniting as an integrated stack for the second time.
    Unlike the previous mate, which was for fit tests, the Super Heavy and Starship will marry again for an orbital velocity test flight.
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    To prepare for a Static Fire campaign, both Ship 20 and Booster 4 must first undergo proof testing.
    These goals will be met as part of ongoing work at the Orbital Launch Site (OLS), which is preparing for the launch of Booster 4 or Ship 20 as well as future missions involving the Mechazilla system.
    Ahead of Booster 4’s return to the Orbital Launch Site (OLS), and likely to continue for the coming weeks, preparations to complete and prepare Mechazilla hardware have progressed in-sit next to the Launch Tower.

    These massive arms will be used to raise and stack the Super Heavy Or Starship system, as well as catching the couple on their way back to the launch site.
    According to Elon Musk's recent tweet, this might happen as soon as Booster 5 returns.
    The “chopsticks” for Mechazilla are planned to be the last significant addition to the Tower, with the structural underpinning of the Quick Disconnect (QD) Arm already placed.
    Given that the QD Arm also gives stability to the stack during mating options, the Mechazilla system is made up of the QD and Chopsticks.

    A massive claw-like carriage structure has also been discovered, revealing some details about Mechazilla's design.
    The confirmed setup, on the other hand, will only be known once all of the pieces have been placed.
    Another component being manufactured at the Production Site is a new attachment for the QD Arm.
    The Ships will be supplied with propellants and other needed commodities via the QD Arm high on the Tower, while the Super Heavy Boosters will be fueled by the QD plate on the Launch Mount, according to the setup of the launch tower.
    The Tank Farm, responsible with meeting the thirsty needs of the world's largest launch vehicle, is another critical component of the OLS's readiness.

    New Ground Support Equipment (GSE) tanks and their cryo shells have been used in numerous rollouts from the Production Site to the Launch Site, the latter being used to insulate the GSE tanks as they are loaded with super-cold propellants prior to fuelling the vehicle.
    As a result, SpaceX is involved in a number of parallel processing flows, the majority of which are focused on Ship 20's imminent orbital velocity test.
    Workers have been working changing Thermal Protection System (TPS) tiles on the nosecone region of the vehicle, which is currently awaiting re-stacking with Booster 4 to become an integrated stack once more.



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  • Super Heavy Booster Static Fire For The First Time! What Next?

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    For The First Time SpaceX Starship Super Heavy Fire Three Raptor Engine Ahead Of Successfull Static Fire Campaign.

    CEO Elon Musk says that SpaceX has successfully fired up Super Heavy – the largest rocket booster in the world – on the first try, potentially opening the door for a significantly more ambitious ‘static fire.

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    Unlike virtually all Starship prototypes ever tested, including the first fully-assembled ships’ first multi-Raptor static fires, Super Heavy Booster 3 – the first functional prototype of its kind – completed its first static fire ever on the first try.

    In the history of Starship testing, initial prototypes have never smoothly sailed through cryogenic proof or static fire tests on the first attempt.

    Almost without fail, minor to major issues have arisen either before or during initial test attempts as SpaceX worked through the basics of operating Starship tests.

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    Instead, despite the fact that B3 is quite literally the largest rocket booster prototype ever built in the history of spaceflight and the first of its kind, Super Heavy appeared to run into no obvious issues at all after it was properly prepared for its first two major tests.

    Put simply, Super Heavy’s smooth testing makes it abundantly clear that SpaceX’s Starship launch vehicle design, production, and operations are rapidly maturing as the company speeds towards its first orbital launch attempt.

    Meanwhile, Elon Musk says that SpaceX “might try a 9 engine firing on Booster 3” depending on how Booster 4 production progresses – presumably over the next week or two.

    By all appearances, SpaceX began stacking Super Heavy B4 – the booster tasked with supporting Starship’s first orbital launch attempt around July 16th. Based on B3 assembly, Booster 4 could be complete by mid to late August.

    With nine Raptors installed, Super Heavy B3 could produce up to 1800 tons (~4 million lbf) of thrust during a brief static fire – just ~20% less than Falcon Heavy.
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  • SpaceX PREPARED Ship 20 & Booster 4 For First Orbital Launch Attempt !

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    SpaceX Reveals New Plans For Starship 2.0 !

    SpaceX Prepared Ship 20 & Booster 4 For First Orbital Launch Attempt!

    Following the iconic first view of a fully integrated Starship stack during fit checks on the Orbital Launch Site (OLS) mount, both Ship 20 and Booster 4 are being prepared for testing ahead of the milestone orbital launch attempt.


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    Ship 20 has returned to the launch site, taking up suborbital Pad B ahead of proof testing objectives, while Booster 4 is undergoing final closeout work inside the High Bay.

    The pre-launch campaign is ongoing while SpaceX makes preemptive moves on the future, with modifications to future Starships designs and the preparations to increase production cadence with a second, much larger, High Bay.

    Booster 4’s milestone came after the first Super Heavy, Booster 3, rolled out to the Suborbital Launch Site. Booster 3 (B3) conducted a three-engine Static Fire test – the first time a Super Heavy had fired up a set of Raptors.
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    As per usual, SpaceX’s build cadence has seen future Starships and boosters already being prepared at the Production Site. Ship 21’s aft dome was recently sleeved, while sections for Booster 5, and even Booster 6, have been spotted around the facility.

    The current evolution of Starship will only involve the next few vehicles, with modifications already in the pipeline, possibly in time for Ship 24.

    A “smooth nosecone” was spotted again in the nosecone manufacture tent. This new nosecone has improved build quality and is made from far fewer individual sections.

    Per the nosecone currently being worked on, it is unknown if this is just a pathfinder nosecone or if it will be used in future Starships.

    What is now known is the design of the forward flaps will change. They will be positioned further front/up of the ship and at 120 degrees apart from each other (previously 180 degrees), the closed-angle opposite the tiled side.
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  • Elon Talks about Rockets Reusability + Inspiration4 Crew Go For Launch | SpaceX Pink

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    A Retired falcon 9 booster spotted yesterday at Kennedy Space Center, this side booster used with falcon heavy in Tesla Roadster launch.

    Credit: SpaceX, Michael Sheetz, Elon Musk, Inspiration4, Jared Isaacman, Ocean Cam, Starship Gazer, Tory Bruno, Roscosmos.

    0:00​​ - Intro
    0:09 - Retired Falcon 9 Booster Spotted
    0:19 - Close Up
    0:22 - Elon Talks about Rockets Reusability
    0:37 - Inspiration4 Launch Time
    0:48 - Inspiration4 Mission
    1:08 - Inspiration4 Reentry Plan
    1:28 - Ship 20 TPS
    1:31 - Ship 20 FTS
    1:40 - What's Next?
    1:49 - What's This?
    2:03 - Oneweb Launch Close Up
    2:33 - Outro


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