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  • SpaceX Starship SN10 soars, lands for first time!

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    SpaceX Starship SN10 prototype flew to an altitude of 6.2 miles (10 kilometers) and landed 6 minutes and 20 seconds after liftoff on Mar. 3, 2021. Unfortunately, it exploded several minutes after touchdown - see it here:

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  • Starship | SN10 | High-Altitude Flight Test

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    On Wednesday, March 3, Starship serial number (SN10) successfully completed SpaceX’s third high-altitude flight test of a Starship prototype from our site in Cameron County, Texas.

    Similar to the high-altitude flight tests of Starship SN8 and SN9, SN10 was powered through ascent by three Raptor engines, each shutting down in sequence prior to the vehicle reaching apogee – approximately 10 km in altitude. SN10 performed a propellant transition to the internal header tanks, which hold landing propellant, before reorienting itself for reentry and a controlled aerodynamic descent.

    The Starship prototype descended under active aerodynamic control, accomplished by independent movement of two forward and two aft flaps on the vehicle. All four flaps were actuated by an onboard flight computer to control Starship’s attitude during flight and enabled a precise landing at the intended location. SN10’s Raptor engines reignited as the vehicle performed the landing flip maneuver immediately before successfully touching down on the landing pad!

    As if the flight test was not exciting enough, SN10 experienced a rapid unscheduled disassembly shortly after landing. These test flights are all about improving our understanding and development of a fully reusable transportation system designed to carry both crew and cargo on long-duration interplanetary flights, and help humanity return to the Moon, and travel to Mars and beyond.

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  • SpaceX Starship SN10 Lands Successfully and Explodes after 5 Mins

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    SpaceX Starship SN10 Lands Successfully and Explodes after 5 Mins. SpaceX’s latest Starship prototype landed on Wednesday for the first time after carrying out a high-altitude test flight in Texas — but exploded minutes later on its landing pad. The rocket, an early test version called SN10, demonstrated a few complex dances in mid-air before clinching a soft touch down, aiming to nail a key milestone in Elon Musk’s campaign to build a fully reusable rocket system. SpaceX Starship SN10 Lands Successfully and Explodes after 5 Mins spaces SpaceX starship Elon musk Boca chica SpaceX. SpaceX starship sn10 SpaceX launch SpaceX explosion 2020 starship sn10 elon musk SpaceX starship test flight SpaceX sn10 the time sn10 fly starship s10 lands. SN 10 explodes starship lands starship explodes SpaceX landing launch starship sn10 spacex launch and landing spacex launch explosion SpaceX landing rocket musk Elon.

    After aborting an initial launch attempt earlier in the day, the prototype lifted off at 6:14pm ET and soared 6 miles above SpaceX’s Boca Chica, Texas facilities. Unlike the last two tests with SN8 and SN9, which launched successfully but exploded on their landing attempts, SN10 stuck a lopsided landing on a slab of concrete not far from its launchpad, appearing to survive its daring landing manoeuvre for a few moments before being consumed in a fireball.

    The launch test’s main objective was to demonstrate the computer-controlled movements of the rocket’s four aerodynamic flaps that steer its descent before landing, SpaceX engineer and live stream host John Insprucker said during the company’s broadcast.

    At the end of its climb to 6.2 miles, each of the rocket’s three Raptor engines gradually shut down to prepare for a brief free-fall back to land, reorienting itself horizontally with its “belly” facing the ground.

    Then came the “belly flop” manoeuvre. The rocket’s three engines reignited to swoop itself into a vertical position for landing.

    SN10 slowly descended on its landing pad, softly touching down but leaning slightly to the side. Insprucker declared it a success on SpaceX’s live feed: “Third time’s a charm, as the saying goes. We’ve had a successful soft touchdown on the landing pad.”

    “As a reminder, the key point of today’s test flight was to gather the data on controlling the vehicle while reentering, and we were successful in doing so,” he said.

    The SpaceX live feed ended before SN10’s explosive demise. Another feed, provided by the website NASA Spaceflight, kept the cameras rolling and captured the fireball, which lofted the 16-story-tall rocket back into the air before crashing back down on its side.

    Musk tweeted at 7:35PM ET to celebrate that SN10 landed “in one piece,” but jokingly noted two minutes after that the rocket had an “honourable discharge.”

    Starship is SpaceX’s next-generation, fully reusable Mars rocket system designed to ferry crews of astronauts and 100 tons of cargo on future missions to Earth orbit, the moon and eventually Mars. The last three prototypes SpaceX has test-launched are early versions of the top half of the full Starship system, whose bottom half is a reusable super-heavy booster powered by an array of SpaceX’s new Raptor rocket engines.

    BOCA CHICA, Tx. – As the saying goes, “the third time is the charm,” and that much was true for SpaceX as the company sent another interplanetary spaceship prototype flying high above the Texas coast Wednesday but this time it survived the landing attempt only to explode minutes after a successful landing.

    Elon Musk’s company is churning out Starship test vehicles in Boca Chica, Texas at the company’s facility and most recently began testing the launch and landing capabilities in daring flights.

    After two previous high-altitude flights of Starship prototypes ended in fiery explosions, it was Serial No. 10, or SN10, up on the chopping block.

    SN10 took off at about 6:14 p.m. ET powered by three Raptor engines, reaching about 6 miles up. Next, each engine shut down one by one as the vehicle slowly began to orient itself horizontally for the descent. Then Starship began its descent in a belly flop using its four wings or flips, to control itself. The drop looks straight out of science-fiction even after the third time seeing it.

    These high-altitude flights and now landings are part of the plan to test SpaceX’s interplanetary transportation system.
















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  • Starship | SN10 | High-Altitude Flight Recap

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    On March 3, Starship serial number 10 (SN10) completed SpaceX’s third high-altitude flight test of a Starship prototype as it successfully ascended, transitioned propellant, and reoriented itself for reentry and an active aerodynamic controlled descent. SN10’s Raptor engines reignited to perform the vehicle’s landing flip maneuver immediately before successfully touching down on the landing pad.

    Test flights such as SN10’s are about improving our understanding and development of a fully reusable transportation system designed to carry both crew and cargo on long-duration interplanetary flights, and help humanity return to the Moon, and travel to Mars and beyond.

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  • SpaceX’s Starship SN10 Rocket Makes First Successful Landing, Then Explodes

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    Space Exploration Technologies Corp.’s newest and biggest rocket pulled off its first successful landing, then exploded a brief time later and was engulfed by fire.

    The Starship SN-10 prototype lifted off from SpaceX’s seaside launch pad at about 5:15 p.m. in Boca Chica, Texas, on Wednesday, based on a live video stream on SpaceX’s website. The rocket then flew to an altitude of about 10 kilometers (around 6 miles) before turning its engines back on and settling on the landing pad with a slight lean.

    Shortly after that, the rocket was lifted into the air by an explosion and consumed by flames, possibly after a fire ignited fuel. Until that point, the rocket appeared to achieve a key milestone with its first stable landing in three attempts. After its ascent, Starship shut off its three Raptor engines and performed a controlled “belly flop” descent, then reignited its engines to make a vertical landing.

    Despite the mishap, the test is likely to signal progress for the massive vehicle. An earlier Starship rocket slammed to the ground on the program’s first high-altitude flight Dec. 9, igniting a fireball, followed by a similar outcome with a second prototype last month. No one was hurt in the mishaps, and there were no reports of injuries from the fire after the latest flight, which was the third high-altitude test.

    SpaceX founder Elon Musk plans to use the Starship to shuttle as many as 12 people around the moon in 2023, land NASA astronauts on the lunar surface and eventually settle explorers on Mars. The company still has work to prepare the Starship for its first orbital flight, which could occur later this year.

    “I’m highly confident that we will have reached orbit many times with Starship before 2023, and that it will be safe enough for human transport by 2023,” Musk said Tuesday in a video released by Japanese entrepreneur Yusaku Maezawa, who has invited eight people to apply to join his “fun trip” around the moon. “It’s looking very, very promising.”

    SpaceX conceived the stainless steel Starship as a versatile, fully reusable craft that can carry 100 metric tons for deep-space missions to the moon and Mars. It’s also designed to serve as a hypersonic, point-to-point vehicle to reduce travel times across Earth.

    Excluding a heavy booster that creates a two-stage system, Starship is 160 feet (49 meters) high with a 30-foot diameter, and able to carry as many as 100 passengers.

    Musk said in October that he’s 80% to 90% confident that Starship will be ready for an orbital flight this year. SpaceX, based in Hawthorne, California, plans to fly multiple Starship prototypes from its Texas launch site near the U.S.-Mexico border.

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  • SpaceX Starship prototype makes clean landing - BBC News

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    The latest SpaceX Starship prototype has completed a successful high-altitude ascent and landing, making a controlled return to the ground in Texas.

    However, four previous attempts all ran into trouble as they went through their touchdown manoeuvres.



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  • SpaceX Starship SN10 Launch, Successful Landing and Employee Reactions! #Shorts

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  • SpaceX Starship SN10 prototype successfully lands before exploding in flames | ABC News

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    Elon Musk's SpaceX Starship has completed its first vertical landing, only to explode minutes after the successful touchdown.
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    The prototype, called SN10, was the third Starship to run a high-altitude flight test, but only the first to stick the landing.
    Two other prototypes, the SN8 and SN9, both met fiery ends after crashing into the ground during test flights in recent months.

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  • SpaceX Rises to the Challenge, Transporter 3, Virgin Orbit Above the Clouds, JWST Update

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  • SUCCESS! Watch SpaceX Starship SN15 Launch and Nail Landing!

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    Elon Musk's rocket company is testing Starship rockets in Boca Chica, TX as it prepares for an eventual trip to the Moon and Mars. Watch the latest SN15 prototype rocket lift off and then stick the landing for the first time!

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  • IT HAPPENED! Elon Musk FINALLY Reveals New Nuclear Starship 2021!

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    The explorers of the past discovered new lands and founded colonies, many of which still exist today. Elon Musk has the same spirit of exploration, but his target is literally out of the world! He wants to form a settlement on an entirely different planet, Mars! One problem he has is that going to Mars will take you five months at the shortest, which to Musk is just too long! However, he has found an ingenious way to cut the trip to just 100 days or even less! What is this method, and how does it work?
    Join us as we dive into SpaceX Nuclear Starship that Is Finally Happening!
    If you are planning a trip to Mars, you have better start with how you will cover the vast space between Earth and the Red Planet. Even if you choose the best time to take off, which comes around once in a while when the two planets align the most, you will spend the next five months in transit as you cover millions of miles! Space is massive, and anywhere you are going is far! Humanity has been making do with large fuel burning rockets when we head for space, but it has limited where we can go because we have to take into consideration the amount of energy required for the trips and the time it will take.
    SpaceX is working on the Starship to take people to Mars, but while the current Starship can carry lots of cargo, it will not cut down the travel time significantly.
    As Musk is aware, you don't want to spend five months between Earth and Mars. This is because there are so many risks with that! Astronauts on a trip to Mars would be exposed to very high levels of radiation which can cause serious long-term health problems such as cancer and sterility. As explorers going to populate a new territory, Musk wants them to arrive as healthy and fertile as possible! Radiation shielding can help, but it is extremely heavy, and the longer the mission, the more shielding is needed. A better way to reduce radiation exposure is to simply get where you are going quicker!
    Also, the more time you spend in transit, the higher the chance of something going wrong! You could run out of fuel, for example, or a component breaks down! You also want to think of the problems with confining a hundred people to a space as small as the interior of a spacecraft! Emotions might flare and cause conflicts, jeopardizing the mission! And deep space is the last place you want something to go wrong because you are entirely on your own! So Elon Musk basically needs to find the shortest way to move people to Mars!
    Even when the Starship is not transporting humans to Mars, it makes sense for space trips to be shorter. For example, during space exploration for science, it is important to get data from unmanned missions as soon as possible. Consider that it took Voyager-2 12 years just to reach Neptune, where it snapped some incredible photos as it flew by. If Voyager-2 had a faster propulsion system, astronomers could have had those photos and the information they contained years earlier, moving our knowledge of the universe forward faster!
    Musk has indicated in the past that he is considering different options for powering spacecraft! For instance, he has tweeted about how nuclear powered rockets would be a great area of research for NASA! He has good reasons for this because nuclear systems are faster!

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    But why is a nuclear powered Starship faster? To answer this question, let's look at the basics of how rockets work in space currently. Once you manage to escape the Earth's gravitational pull, you have three things to worry about: number one is thrust which is how fast a system can accelerate a ship. Number two is mass efficiency, which is how much thrust a system can produce for a given amount of fuel, and lastly, energy density is how much energy a given amount of fuel can produce.
    The most common propulsion systems in use are chemical propulsion, regular fuel-burning rockets, and solar-powered electric propulsion systems.
    While chemical propulsion systems provide a lot of thrust, chemical rockets aren't particularly efficient. This is because rocket fuel isn't that energy-dense. For instance, the Saturn V rocket that took astronauts to the Moon produced 35 million Newtons of force at liftoff and carried 950,000 gallons of fuel! While most of the fuel was used in getting the rocket into orbit, the limitation is that it takes a lot of heavy fuel to get anywhere.
    The other option uses solar panels to generate thrust using electricity. The most common way to do this is to use an electrical field to accelerate ions, such as in the Hall thruster. These devices are commonly used to power satellites and can have more than five times higher mass efficiency than chemical systems. But they produce much less thrust, like about three Newtons, or only enough to accelerate a car from 0

  • SpaceX Starship SN9 soars in test flight, has explosive landing

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    SpaceX launched the Starship SN9 prototype to an altitude of about 10 kilometers on its only test flight. It was destroyed during its landing attempt. -- Full Story:

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  • Why Doesnt SpaceX Recover the Second Stage

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    In this animation we look at why SpaceX doesn't recover and reuse the second stage!
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  • IT HAPPENED! SpaceX Is FINALLY Launching Their New Starship To Orbit 2021!

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    If you have ever achieved a major feat before, you would know the exhilarating feeling
    as you got closer to your goal! Elon Musk, the billionaire CEO of SpaceX, must be in
    such a state of euphoria as one of his most audacious projects ever is nearing
    completion! Musk’s Starship, the tallest and most powerful rocket ever built, is finally
    ready to conquer orbit! How has SpaceX prepared the Starship for this inaugural orbit
    flight, and what does it mean for Musk?
    In this video, we dive into all the juicy details of SpaceX finally going to orbit!
    Elon Musk is among the rare individuals that inhabit the intersection of desiring to go to
    Mars and having access to the resources to push the dream through! Backed by the
    massive fortune he has acquired as the world’s wealthiest industrialist, Musk remains
    dogged in his ambition to make Mars a habitable place for the human race! However,
    going to Mars and moving a million people there in a short period requires much more
    than desire and resources! It needs lots of brains and foresight. Fortunately, Musk is
    well endowed in these aspects as well!
    The first step is to arrange the mode of transport. To move a million people over millions
    of miles in deep space, lots of factors have to come into play. The biggest one is the
    cost! Half a century of mostly theoretical analysis has made it abundantly clear that a
    permanent and sustainable extraterrestrial human outpost is impossible without a
    radical reduction in the cost of access to space. For decades, even NASA has studied
    and studied and studied different plans, but the cost to send a few astronauts to Mars
    for a few months at a time has been prohibitive! It would cost the government hundreds
    of billions of dollars.
    This is where Musk has to play it smart! The first step is to reduce the cost of transport
    significantly because, even for the richest man alive, there are limits! This is why
    SpaceX is building the Starship, which despite being the most powerful rocket ever, will
    reduce the cost of accessing deep space! The trick is to make it reusable, not in part as
    SpaceX has been doing before with its Falcon rockets, but entirely in both stages!
    This is easier said than done, though, because reusability introduces lots of
    complexities due to the capacity it is intended to have!
    Which brings us to another factor that Musk needs to work on to make his ambitions a
    reality: the Starship must be very powerful! Apart from moving humans, the Starship will
    need to move tons of other materials ahead of the colonizers. SpaceX has released
    details of how the colonization will take place, and much of it revolves around the
    Starship! Here is how things will work out initially for SpaceX to construct sustainable
    cities on Mars:
    SpaceX will soon commence launching uncrewed Starships to Mars to both verify the
    system’s maturity and readiness and deliver significant quantities of cargo to the surface
    in advance of human arrival. By using a wide range of robotics, those early missions will
    help SpaceX characterize local resources, stage supplies, test technologies for long-
    duration Martian surface ops, and begin developing infrastructure – with a propellant
    plant likely the most pressing need. This, however, is just baby steps! The early
    uncrewed missions will deliver equipment for increased power production, water
    extraction, LOX/methane production, pre-prepared landing pads, radiation shielding,
    dust control equipment, exterior shelters for humans and equipment, and more! All
    these are the hardware needed to support the first human base! Without them, there is
    no human base on Mars!
    Next is the actual arrival of humans on the planet. SpaceX says for the first few years,
    they will live on Starships that brought them until additional habitats are available! This
    will then free up the Starships for other uses as needed to support the humans. The
    Starships will be valuable assets on the planet as they will be used for storage,
    habitation, scientific laboratories, and sources of refined metal structures and resources!
    The crazy part of SpaceX’s plan is that the Mars-bound Starships could take off even
    before NASA uses the rocket to land its astronauts on the moon! Also, while the space
    agency will pay 2.9 billion dollars to SpaceX to use the Starship, Musk says all the
    funding for the Starship has been internal and does not even plan to source funds
    externally! At least not yet!

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  • SpaceX Starship SN10 soars, lands for first time

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    SpaceX Starship SN10 prototype flew to an altitude of 6.2 miles (10 kilometers) and landed 6 minutes and 20 seconds after liftoff on Mar. 3, 2021. Unfortunately, it exploded several minutes after touchdown

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  • lands for first time, SpaceX Starship SN10 soars!

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  • SpaceXs Starship SN10 Lands Successfully And Then Explodes!

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    Starship SN10 lands successfully for the first time and then blows up!

    SpaceX's Starship SN10 became the first Starship prototype to successfully complete the 10km high altitude flight test. Starship SN10 showed that the new landing approach by SpaceX works. However, shortly after successfully landing, SN10 exploded.

    Starship SN10 appears to have had a hard touchdown, which resulted in the vehicle leaning towards one side. Shortly after SpaceX's live stream ended, SN10 joined SN8 and SN9, and had a Rapid Unscheduled Disassembly. What went wrong?

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  • SpaceX Lands a Starship for the First Time

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    The first successful launch and landing of a full-scale SpaceX Starship was completed by Serial Number #10 (SN-10). Unfortunately, shortly after landing a methane leak ignited blowing the rocket sky high again, this time without the happy landing.

  • SpaceX Starship SN10 Successfully lands for first time!

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    SpaceX’s latest Starship prototype SN10 landed on Wednesday for the first time after carrying out a high-altitude test flight in Texas — but exploded minutes later on its landing pad. The fact that the prototype was able to land at all is an incredibly promising sign.

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  • Elon Musks Starship lands successfully for first time

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    SpaceX launched and successfully landed its futuristic Starship SN15. Previous four test flights for the rocketship had ended in explosions for the vehicle SpaceX founder Elon Musks hopes will eventually transport humans to Mars. This latest upgraded version of SpaceX’s full-scale, stainless steel, bullet-shaped rocketship reach a maximum altitude of over six miles (10km) before flipping and descending horizontally, and then going vertical again just in time for touchdown

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    Today we got to see SpaceX's NEWEST STARSHIP prototype SN10 do it's amazing flight and landing for the first time in history! Third time is the charm and SN10 landed safely!

    SpaceX's Starship SN10 is the next protptype rocket from the company and this rocket will change the world. Starship will make travel on earth so much faster, and puts the other side of the planet at only about 45 minutes away. Starship will also be the largest and the most powerful rocket in human history, and will have about 2 times the thrust of the mighty SATURN V that took astronauts to the moon back in the 1960s and 1970s.

    This is the first flights of Starship SN10, from Boca Chica Texas. It is a massive stainless steel rocket with the ability to take off and land vertically, and with no parts wasted. This rocket will be the first fully reusable rocket in the world, what musk refers to as the Holy Grail of rocketry. Soon, Starship will take people around the moon for Japanese billionaire Yusaku Maezawa's Dear Moon mission, to take artists around the moon in 2023 or 2024. hope,

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    SpaceX's futuristic Starship has finally aced a touchdown after two previous tries ended in massive fireballs.

    The full-scale prototype soared more than six miles Wednesday after lifting off from the southern tip of Texas.

    It descended horizontally and then flipped upright just in time to land.

    This time, the shiny bullet-shaped rocketship remained intact, prompting a SpaceX commentator to declare, third time's a charm.

    SpaceX founder Elon Musk plans to use Starships to send people to the moon and Mars. Each of these last three test flights lasted 6 1/2 minutes.

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    SpaceX SN15 starship prototype comes in for a successful landing for the first time from the company's starship facility in Boca Chica, Texas

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  • SpaceX Starship SN10 Landing ???? #Shorts

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  • How Does SpaceX Build Starships So Quickly?

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    Recently, SpaceX has been making tremendous progress with their upcoming rocket Starship. Though they have not yet landed a Starship safely, they have been continuously making new iterations and launching them. So, it's just a matter of time until Starship lands safely. But this brings up the question: How is SpaceX able to make Starship prototypes so quickly. Well, aside from having quite a bit of funding, SpaceX has cleverly chosen a material that is not only easy to work with but also extremely cheap and durable. Also, they take full advantage of the iterative design process where they don't try to get everything right the first time around. This video explains the various factors that allow SpaceX to build Starship prototypes so quickly and the future of Starship development.

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  • SpaceX Starship sticks landing on 3rd attempt

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    SpaceX landed its Starship SN10 prototype for the first time on Wednesday after carrying out a high altitude test flight in Boca Chica, Texas, though the rocket blew up minutes later on the landing pad.

    The aerospace company had cut off the feed prior to the explosion.

    The rocket completed a number of complex manoeuvre in mid-air before returning to earth, marking a major milestone in billionaire founder Elon Musk’s quest to build a reusable rocket system.

    A previous launch attempt Wednesday afternoon was aborted because of a concern over “a slightly conservative high thrust limit.”

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  • Seeing Double Starships! SpaceXs SN10 joins SN9 in rollout time-lapse

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    SpaceX's Starship SN10 prototype was rolled out to the launch pad for prelaunch checkouts on Jan. 29, 2021 in Boca Chica, Texas. SN9 is also at the launch site for a flight test in early February 2021. Full Story:

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  • SpaceXs Starship SN10 Launch & Landing Reaction

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  • Elon Musk’s SpaceX Starship Lands Successfully, But Explodes Minutes Later

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    The latest prototype of SpaceX’s Starship launch vehicle- Starship SN10- launched successfully on March 03 from the company’s South Texas test site and flew to an altitude of more than 30,000 feet.

    It then descended to a controlled vertical landing and minutes later, the rocket exploded in a fireball. However, the test flight appeared to be a major step forward in the early stages of the Starship program.

    The bullet-shaped rocket ship remained intact, prompting a SpaceX commentator to declare, third time's a charm.

    “We had, again, another great flight up. We’ve just got to work on that landing a little bit,” John Insprucker, SpaceX principal integration engineer said on the company’s webcast of the flight.

  • SpaceX Starship : SpaceX uses Robotic Dog to Investigate Starship SN10 Explosion After Landing

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    SpaceX Starship : SpaceX uses Robotic Dog to Investigate Starship SN10 Explosion After Landing


    A robot dog made by SpaceX Boston Dynamics was recently seen in the SN10 crash area. The robo-dog was named “Zeus” by SpaceX. It thoroughly inspected the crash land or... rather we can say, SN10 explosion site as SN10 exploded just minutes after landing successfully. Like the two prototypes prior to SN10, it also soared to nearly six miles deep in the sky of Boca Chica.

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  • SpaceX Starship SN15 Launches TOMORROW, Crew-1 Returns, and Stratolaunch SOARS AGAIN!

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    What a week! China launched a new Space Station, Delta IV Heavy SOARED, we prepare to watch Starship SN15 take to the skies, and we welcomed back the crew of SpaceX's Crew-1, who splashed-down yesterday!

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    The NASASpaceflight team will be providing a status update and Q&A session on the status of Starship SN10's test flight. SpaceX is currently targeting a launch of Starship SN10 no earlier than Monday. The test window lasts from approximately 9 am to 6 pm Central time.

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  • Touchdown! SpaceX lands booster for first time in 2021

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    SpaceX landed a Falcon 9 rocket first stage on the Just Read the Instructions drone ship in the Atlantic Ocean shorty after it launched the Turksat 5A mission from Florida on Jan. 7, 2021. Full Story:

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  • How Big SpaceX Rockets Really Are #shorts

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    How Big SpaceX Rockets Really Are

    The Falcon 9 rocket is 230 feet or 70 meters tall. For comparison, this is about as tall as a 21 story building. This rocket is used to launch satellites into geostationary orbit.

    The Big Falcon Rocket or BFR is roughly 350 feet or 107 meters tall. This was renamed the SpaceX Starship. For comparison, this is taller than the Statue of Liberty. The name Starship refers to both the reusable rocket and the cargo / crew capsule. And this is the rocket that can take us to Mars. The rocket by itself may be called the Super Heavy booster. The booster by itself is 230 feet tall. It is 100 feet or roughly 10 meters taller than the Saturn V launch vehicle used by NASA in the 1960s and 1970s. The Moon missions were Saturn rockets.

    The Falcon 9 has 9 engines. Together, they produce 7.6 MN of thrust. The Superheavy rocket has roughly thirty engines.

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  • SpaceX Rocket Nails Landing...Then Explodes

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  • Elon Musk’s SpaceXs Starship Lands And Then Explodes, All You Need To Know

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    Space Exploration Technologies Corp's newest & biggest rocket pulled off its first successful landing, then exploded a brief time later & was engulfed by fire. Starship SN-10 prototype lifted off from SpaceX's seaside launch pad at about 5:15 pm in Boca Chica, Texas, on March 4, based on a live video stream on SpaceX's website. The rocket then flew to an altitude of about 10 kilometres (around 6 miles) before turning its engines back on and settling on the landing pad with a slight lean. Shortly after that, the rocket was lifted into the air by an explosion & consumed by flames, possibly after a fire ignited fuel. Until that point, the rocket appeared to achieve a key milestone with its first stable landing in three attempts. After its ascent, Starship shut off its three Raptor engines & performed a controlled belly flop descent, then reignited its engines to make a vertical landing. Despite the mishap, the test is likely to signal progress for the massive vehicle. Watch the video to know more.

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    SpaceX Starship SN10 Successful Landing in Boca Chica Texas.
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    In this short, we see the prototype shut down the raptor engines and fall back to land in a controlled descend, before performing Bellyflop, igniting back 3 Raptor Engines, shutting down 2, and Landing Successfully on the pad... Shortly after SN10 exploded due to fuel leaks caused by landing too hard. #Shorts

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    SpaceX Starship SN10 explodes after successful landing.

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    Starship serial number 10 (SN10) completed SpaceX’s third high-altitude flight test of a Starship prototype as it successfully ascended, transitioned propellant, and reoriented itself for reentry and an active aerodynamic controlled descent. SN10’s Raptor engines reignited to perform the vehicle’s landing flip maneuver immediately before successfully touching down on the landing pad.


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  • SpaceX lands Starship SN15 prototype without exploding in first successful high-altitude test flight

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    SpaceX successfully launched and landed its Starship Serial Number 15 rocket, making it the only prototype to survive a high-altitude flight test.

    The company, owned by billionaire Elon Musk, launched the prototype around 6.15pm on Wednesday from a testing facility in Boca Chica, Texas.

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  • Starship SN10 Belly Flip land snippet

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    This is a cut down version of the full video from Spacex ( showing the spectacular horizontal to vertical transition using three engines. Unfortunately it landed hard and later exploded, but this shot is gold, almost looks CGI.

  • SpaceXs Starship Lands First Flight! Elon Musk Responds | SpaceX in the News

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  • SpaceX Starship SN10 completed high-altitude flight test #shorts

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    Starship serial number 10 (SN10) completed SpaceX’s third high-altitude flight test of a Starship prototype as it successfully ascended, transitioned propellant, and reoriented itself for reentry and an active aerodynamic controlled descent. SN10’s Raptor engines reignited to perform the vehicle’s landing flip maneuver immediately before successfully touching down on the landing pad.
    SpaceX’s Starship spacecraft and Super Heavy rocket (collectively referred to as Starship) represent a fully reusable transportation system designed to carry both crew and cargo to Earth orbit, the Moon, Mars and beyond. Starship will be the world’s most powerful launch vehicle ever developed, with the ability to carry in excess of 100 metric tonnes to Earth orbit.

  • SpaceXs Starship Finally Landed For The First Time... And Then Exploded | Mashable

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    In the latest SpaceX-related emotional rollercoaster, the third Starship prototype finally stuck a landing... and then, about 10 minutes later, exploded. Still, it did way better than the previous attempts so that's something!

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