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  • SpaceX Starship update: SpaceX building launch pad tanks from Starship parts

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    SpaceX Starship update: SpaceX building launch pad tanks from Starship parts.
    SpaceX has started construction of the first propellant storage tanks in its South Texas launch facilities. The most striking feature of that propellant tank is that SpaceX is building it using Starship parts. This tank is one of the first in the series of numerous propellant tanks. According to a report, those tanks are named as “Ground Support Equipment” (GSE).
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  • 115 | How To Construct A SpaceX Starship Launch Mount?

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    Today I’ll explain to you, what points towards SpaceX building a Starship Launchpad in Boca Chica and why!

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  • SpaceX Starship : SpaceX installs second Starship derived propellant tank at orbital launch pad

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    SpaceX Starship : SpaceX installs second Starship derived propellant tank at orbital launch pad


    SpaceX has been doing some construction activity on Boca Chica. As we know, the company is building ground storage tanks out of rocket parts. About two weeks ago, SpaceX rolled the first GSE propellant tank to a launch complex, 1.5 miles away from its Boca Chica rocket factory. Now SpaceX rolled a second large tank to the launch pad.
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  • Super heavy update, Launch tower component & giant water tanks roll up into orbit

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    Super heavy update, Launch tower component & giant water tanks roll up into orbit.

    Hi, Welcome to Dream Starship, Today we will have a lot of interesting information about SpaceX
    1. SpaceX transports the launch tower component of the Starship, as well as a massive water tank, to the orbital pad.
    2. A different billionaire is going to beat musk and bezos to space

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  • SpaceX first part for booster catch system? New water tank for Tank farm Boca Chica TX June 10 2021

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    Wednesday was a busy day at Starbase.
    New supplies arrived and more transports to the launch site were made.
    A huge water tank that might be for the sound suppression system was transported to the tankfam.
    Work on the tank farm is proceeding quickly and several pipes were installed on the heat exchangers.
    A huge pulley was delivered to the starbase. It is a refurbished piece of oil rig equipment.
    Is this the first part for the booster catch system?

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  • Analysis Detail Inside the Orbital Launch Mount

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    00:40 – The current construction status of the orbital launch mount (OLM)
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    Analysis Detail Inside the Orbital Launch Mount.

    Hi everyone! Kevin here. Last week we received a lot of questions and suggestions from all of you in the comments section about doing an episode about the orbital launch mount. So we decided to make this video especially for you.
    We’re going to go step by step in analyzing the orbital launch mount from the inside out.
    But first, we’re taking a look at the current construction status, the structure of the orbital launch mount, how it works with the Launch tower, and why SpaceX built the orbital launch mount.
    Hope you have your favorite drink in hand because it’s time to start another episode of Great SpaceX
    1. The current construction status of the orbital launch mount (OLM).
    On the construction sites in Boca Chica, everything seems to be huge. The largest building is currently under construction on the launch site and surpasses everything. That would also include the launch tower with a height of about 140m and is also able to catch the huge Starship booster.
    Recently, a large workforce continues construction activities at the OLS, with the most dominant feature being the rise of the Launch Integration Tower required to host Super Heavy. Three sections are now installed in-situ, with additional prefabricated sections – residing at the Propellant Production site – preparing to roll to the launch site.
    Next to the launch tower, the launch table is another important construction project that is being worked on day and night in order to be ready for operation at the end of June and the beginning of July. The Launch Mount now has its six extensions installed. The launch table – currently being prepared at the Production Site, is also being prepared for transport and installed on the extensions.
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    The columns’ dimensions are 14 meters (46 feet high) in height by a diameter of about 2.5 meters (8 feet), and were filled with concrete. The massive connecting plates are held in position by anchor rods cast in concrete and welded to the columns.
    As mentioned above 6 shorter pillars have been installed on the original 6 steel pipes. It is approximately 5m in length (16.4 feet) with a diameter of 2.4m (7.9 feet) and is welded to the connecting plates.
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    One of the special design points of OLM is cutouts in the launch table for the sound suppression water system. It will create a massive flow rate of 300,000 gallons of water per min. Another effect that SpaceX may be aiming for here is to cool down the Raptor engines after a long flight. But there is an environmental problem that is when water pours in and evaporates under the enormous heat of the engine exhaust. This makes up most of the huge exhaust plume.
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  • 106 | What Will A SpaceX Starship Launch Pad Look Like?

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    Welcome to Episode 106 of What about it!?

    In this episode, we will take a look at SpaceX's progress on the new Super Heavy High Bay and SpaceX's Starship SN5 & 8. We will also take a look at what the new Super Heavy Launchpad might look like when finished! Lat, but not least, we will take a look at ESA's Solar Orbiter and its first science results. It lately sent back some absolutely stunning photos and videos from our parent star, the Sun!

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  • BN2.1 first starship booster test tank Cryogenic Proof test. Orbital flight closer.

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    My name is Kevin, and I hope you’re ready for some updates hot off the presses from SpaceX.
    First up, we’re going to talk a bit about the Super Heavy BN2.1 test tank.
    Then, we’re shifting over to a brief discussion on details for the orbital launch tower.
    And finally, we’ll take a look at the Falcon 9 rockets that are rolling out.


    Superheavy BN2.1 test tank
    On June 1, the BN2.1 tank was on the structural test stand.
    Before we dive right into that, let’s first recall Starships SN 7.1 and SN 7.2.
    SN7.1 was the second tank with a 304L test tank; its goal was reaching a higher failure pressure than achieved with SN7.
    SN7.2 was another test tank, this time with the intention of stressing a design with thinner walls. It is believed to be constructed from 3 mm steel sheets rather than the 4 mm thickness of its predecessors.
    It is the same thing with BN 2.1 but we don't know the pressure value targeted by the SpaceX team at this time.
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    He also shared a photo of the new ‘Starbase’ sign the company placed outside of the South Texas facility along Highway-4. “Ship 16 & Booster 2, Starbase Highbay,” Musk captioned the photo.
    Booster 2 is a Super Heavy rocket prototype that will undergo testing as well. The booster is needed to propel the spacecraft to orbit while enabling it to conserve fuel.
    It appears that SpaceX completed Starship SN16 and could transport it to the launch pad down the road soon.
    On June 4, 2021, the BN2.1 test tank was supposed to have completed testing and rolled out to the launch site.
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  • Starship booster hardware first rolls to launch site. SpaceX scrapped SN7.2 at the scrapyard.

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    Hi guys, welcome to Great SpaceX.
    We have a lot of significant updates for you yous today.
    Let’s dive right in.
    1. Starship booster hardware first rolls to the launch site.
    On June 1st, SpaceX completed a test tank for super heavy booster BN2.1 to ensure that Starship’s Super Heavy booster is capable of withstanding the immense thrust of more than two-dozen Raptor engines.
    Although no information has been released by SpaceX about the results of that test, on June 3rd from 2 p.m to 4 p.m, SpaceX already closed the road for transportation of Super Heavy Booster SN2.1 to the launch pad on the Schub puck test rig.
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    It’s never going to (intentionally) fly and is just a single test tank, which rules out installing actual engines. Now, SpaceX’s solution to that challenge of qualifying new hardware without risking catastrophic pad damage has involved building short ‘test tanks’ that are then filled with nonexplosive liquid nitrogen (LN2) and mechanically stressed with hydraulic rams instead of actual engines.
    Thus far, that process has seemingly been successful time and time again and has helped SpaceX qualify new steel alloys, thinner skin, new welding techniques, and new ‘thrust puck’ designs for Starship.
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    As everyone knows, the 3rd part orbital launch tower has been assembled, the 4th and 5th parts have been assembled and are waiting to be lifted up to reconnect the three parts first. SpaceX required road closure from June 7 to June 9 on State Highway 4 and Boca Chica beach from 12 p.m to 8 p.m. Maybe this will be the time for SpaceX to ship parts 4 and 5 of the launch tower for complete assembly, or test BN2.1 again.
    These days are extremely busy days for the whole workers in the Texas factory when another Segment of the BN3 Booster in the High Bay prepares for stacking operations. We eagerly await the day when BN3 is fully assembled and makes its first orbital flight this July with Starship SN20 and using an orbital launch tower.
    Starship booster hardware first rolls to launch site. SpaceX scrapped SN7.2 at the scrapyard.
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    The second test occurred on 4 February, the SN7.2 test tank was pressurized to failure to validate the new 3mm stainless steel construction methods. During the test, the tank performed well, developing a small leak rather than bursting, which was repaired by workers throughout the days. After that test it remained at the launch site and was present when SN9 and SN10 were tested.
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  • 150 Is SpaceX Building Two Orbital Starship Pads? & Major Sea Launch Platform Update From Elon Musk!

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  • SpaceX rolls Starship launch tower section | Senate passes $10 billion for NASA Moon Landers

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    SpaceX rolls Starship launch tower section | Senate passes $10 billion for NASA Moon Landers

    Today we have three Space updates to share with you. First we will talk about how SpaceX rolled out a water tank and a part of the orbital launch tower. Then we shift our focus to NASA getting $10 billion for the Moon lander project. We will end our today’s Space updates with SpaceX on the way to launch Falcon 9 for twenty times in 2021.

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  • 117 | How to do an offshore SpaceX Starship launch?

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    Welcome to Episode 117 of What about it!?

    Today amongst other things I’ll explain to you, why SpaceX’s Super Heavy will maybe never launch from Kennedy Space Center and what SpaceX will have to do differently for their Starship launches.

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  • 35 | SpaceX Starship Updates - Blue Origin Building Launch Pad For New Glenn Launch

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    Welcome to Episode 35 of What about it!?

    In this Episode, we will take a look at the progress in Boca Chica Texas and the Orbital Prototype and we will find out, where Blue Origin will very soon start to build and launch the first New Glenn Rocket.

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  • SpaceX Starship Super Heavy Test done! Relativity Space Terran R – A Starship Competitor?

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    How did the first Starship Super Heavy test go, what are the steps towards the first orbital Starship launch and what is Terran R, Relativity Space’s fully reusable heavy lifter rocket? Let’s find out!

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  • SpaceX Starship Phase 3 begins! First test candidate at Launch Site!

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  • Super heavy update, SpaceX puts BN2.1 on the launch pad for testing

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    Super heavy update, SpaceX puts BN2 1 on the launch pad for testing

    Hi, Welcome to Dream Starship, today we have.
    1. SpaceX put BN2.1 on the launch pad
    2. Can the dream of moving to Mars come true?
    First, we come to super heavy update
    While destined to remain on the ground, SpaceX has rolled Starship booster hardware to its Boca Chica, Texas launch pad for the first time.

    Back in March, SpaceX completed the process of stacking Super Heavy booster number 1 (BN1), creating what amounted to the largest rocket booster ever assembled. Plans and designs ultimately changed during that several-month process, leading SpaceX to write off the first completed Starship booster structure as a “pathfinder” and scrap it before it could complete a single test. As a result, BN1 never made it to SpaceX’s nearby launch and test facilities and was unceremoniously cut into pieces days later.

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  • Inside SpaceXs Starship Factory

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    This video takes a look inside SpaceX's Starship production line and factory in Boca Chica, Texas. We'll look at the different parts of the factory, and how it has grown from just being an outdoor space to now having tents and buildings. And what lessons has Elon Musk learned from setting up the factories for Tesla cars, that he has brought over to SpaceX to build the Starship.

    Other topics covered in this video include:
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    • Why is the Starship pointy
    • The different ways Elon Musk is making things go faster - from doubling the number of employees in one weekend, to having his rocket engineers invent new machines that build the Starship
    • Why has SpaceX built their launch pad and factory so close together
    • How Elon could be practicing building a city on Earth with Starbase Texas, before building his colony on Mars
    • How the factory is able to build 24 hours a day, 7 days a week
    • And SpaceX's plans of buying oil rigs to turn into floating launch platforms

  • Starship First Orbital Flight Test | SN15 Back on Launchpad | SpaceX Dogecoin Mission | Rocket Lab

    15:59

    SpaceX has disclosed details for the first orbital test flight of its next-generation Starship launch system.
    Starship SN15 lifted onto Launchpad B for second suborbital flight. SpaceX will launch a moon mission funded by Dogecoin in 2022.
    Rocket Lab's electron rocket launch fails. Chinese Zhurong rover landed on Mars. NASA's OSIRIS-REx spacecraft leaves asteroid Bennu to bring pieces of space rock to Earth.
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  • SpaceX Starship Super Heavy Upgrade - How powerful will it be?, CRS-22 and Ingenuity Updates

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    A lot of news around Super Heavy this week. So what is with the SpaceX Starship Super Heavy Upgrade and how powerful will it be? Find out here. There has been no slowdown with SpaceX’s Starship development sites over the past week. Progress towards the orbital flight infrastructure is incredible to see each and every day. SpaceX launched it's 22nd cargo resupply mission to the International Space Station with a special delivery in the Trunk. And also, some updates from Mars with the little helicopter Ingenuity having had a little scare with its recent flight.

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  • SpaceX Starship Updates! Super Heavy BN2.1 Test Tank Testing! TheSpaceXShow

    3:25

    Welcome to the latest SpaceX Starship updates video from TheSpaceXFans. Not a huge amount of updates today but we kick off the video with some droneship and Starlink information for the standard SpaceX news. Then, as usual, over in Boca Chica, the orbital work continues as they aim for a full stack flight potentially within months. Not really any Starship production per se, but Super Heavy BN2 is still progressing nicely. Plus, there’s also been Super Heavy BN2.1 test tank testing! Sit back and enjoy!

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  • SpaceX Starship Launch and Landing Platforms & Construction Updates, Starlink & Mars Rover Updates

    20:33

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    Today we are talking about the SpaceX Starship Launch and Landing Platforms & Construction Updates, along with the recent Starlink mission and a few updates on the Mars Rover. Starship SN11 is already down at the launch site all Raptored up and getting ready to fly, so there is a lot to cover today with Starship. We are talking a little more in depth about the ocean platform and how that may more realistically be designed for full Super Heavy launches and landings. We had yet another Starlink launch, and we also have a few updates from the Mars Perseverance Rover as well to top all that off.

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  • SpaceX Starship development shifts focus to orbital flight with Super Heavy

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    After the successful flight and landing of Starship number 15, it may seem a little quieter than usual at Boca Chica. Don’t let that fool you though. SpaceX Starship development shifts focus to orbital flight with Super Heavy it seems. We take a look at the Orbital launch pad tank farm and the Sanchez gas site updates in particular. Along with that, SpaceX broke another incredible record with the latest Starlink mission. OSIRIS-REx is now heading back to Earth with its surface sample after departing asteroid Bennu, and a few beautiful updates to share around the James Web Space Telescope.

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  • SpaceX Starship - How will Starship tank autogenous pressurization systems work?

    17:07

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    Today we’re going to take a close look into how SpaceX manages Starship pressurization and engine startups. We’ll also peer into the past to see where those solutions were used in the previous generation of launchers. Thank you very much to the amazing Corey who has been a big support to us in the making of this video. Follow him on Twitter ( and Youtube ( for a lot more greatness.

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  • SpaceX Starship may be a part of the ‘Rocket Cargo’ program | SpaceX launches SiriusXM satellite

    11:09

    SpaceX Starship may be a part of the ‘Rocket Cargo’ program | SpaceX launches SiriusXM satellite

    Today we have three updates to share with you. First we will talk about SpaceX’s SXM-8 mission. Then we will move on to the ‘Rocket Cargo’ program. We will end our today’s space updates with Astra on the way to acquire a spacecraft propulsion company, Apollo Fusion.



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  • SpaceX double launch pad usage for Starship coming, NROL-108, Lockheed Martin purchase Rocketdyne

    20:56

    The first 200 get 20% off the annual Brilliant subscription! - SpaceX double launch pad usage for Starship coming? Elon's reply to us saying Coming soon after our Twitter query indicates this could indeed be happening. Could it be for SN9 and SN10? We'll soon find out. We are kicking off with all the latest Starship developments. The 26th and final SpaceX launch of 2020 with NROL-108 lifting off from Kennedy Space Center. A quick update on the status of the returned Moon samples from China’s Chang’e 5 mission. Just for you this holiday season we take a look at the Pocket Rocket App. Some cool fun to be had here. Lockheed Martin purchasing Aerojet Rocketdyne, where did that come from? And in the finale to round off another busy week and this final video for 2020 we take a look at some favorite moments of 2020 as voted by our fantastic Discord members.

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  • Elon Talks About New Tesla Plaid + OLT Update | SpaceX Pink

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  • A Nuclear Starship Is Inevitable and This Is Why

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    A Nuclear Starship Is Inevitable and This Is Why.
    SpaceX has revolutionized a whole generation's way of looking at space travel. From a new generation of spacecraft to powerful engines, SpaceX's hardware definitely has the edge over those of its competitors.

    However, Elon Musk's obsession with visiting and subsequently colonizing Mars has spread to the general public, and now, the race is on. If SpaceX must stay on top, it must evolve and find new ways to push its machines to better performance. Nuclear engines might sound like a stretch, but if you're wondering just how it would work, stick with us to the end of this video.

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  • SpaceX Starship Super Heavy BN1 Stacked! - Orbital Launches By July 1st? SN11 Ready?

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    SpaceX wants to launch Starships into orbit on July 1st! But how are they going to make this ambitious timeline happen? What’s still missing for Starship SN11 and what’s the progress on the Super Heavy booster and the Sea Launch Platform? Let’s find out!

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  • Super Heavy Test Tank BN2.1 Moved to the Launch Site for Testing | SpaceX Boca Chica

    13:56

    The Super Heavy BN2.1 test tank was rolled to the launch site. Meanwhile, the fourth extension to the Orbital Launch Mount was added, and then removed. GSE Tank 6 Mid Section #1, and Booster Aft Tank Section #5 were spotted.

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    0:00 - Sunrise Over The Production Site
    0:22 - Collection of Starship hardware
    0:53 - Second cryo tank shell moved to continue stacking
    1:23 - Work continues on new Launch Tower sections
    1:47 - Beams being installed on newest tower section
    2:11 - Super Heavy BN3 section waiting to be stacked
    2:30 - GSE 6 Mid Section #1
    2:53 - BN2.1 on its transport mount
    3:26 - Boca Chica Scrapyard
    3:46 - Closeup on BN2.1's testing rig
    4:12 - Fourth extension added on the Orbital Launch Mount
    4:33 - Top of the Launch Tower
    4:58 - Stainless steel roll delivery
    5:04 - Moving a few Launch Tower segment transport mounts
    5:19 - Unknown roll delivered to Production Site
    5:34 - Tower segment transport mounts being moved
    6:18 - Large crane being moved
    6:50 - Work on top of Launch Tower elevator shaft
    7:10 - Placing the fourth extension onto an Orbital Launch Mount pillar
    7:38 - Pipe work at the Orbital Launch Site GSE farm
    8:38 - Work on Frankencrane extension
    9:09 - Tankzilla waits for further assignment as Pad A
    9:34 - BN2.1 Test Tank Preparing to Roll Out to the Launch Site
    10:34 - Another Segment of the BN3 Booster in the High Bay
    11:08 - Super Heavy BN2.1 Test Tank Rolls to Launch Site for Testing

  • SpaceX Starship SN15 Rollout and Launch Updates

    11:44

    The latest SpaceX Boca Chica Updates with SN11, SN15. Elon Musk's SpaceX is building the next generation Starship, SN15, which will launch in April of 2021.

    SpaceX will make the first attempt of a high-altitude suborbital flight test of Starship SN15 from SpaceX Launch site in Boca Chica, Texas. The schedule is dynamic and likely to change, as is the case with all development testing. This is the fifth high-altitude 10K flight of a SpaceX Starship prototype.

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  • Starship SN15 Flight #2 Preparations! SpaceX Starship Updates! TheSpaceXShow

    4:20

    Welcome to the latest SpaceX Starship updates video from TheSpaceXFans. Starting off this video, we have a variety of information for the standard SpaceX news, from upcoming missions to crewed mission information. Of course, we will also check out the work that’s been going on in Boca Chica with infrastructure and with Starships. Then, with Elon Musk mentioning another possible flight, we’re now starting to see the first Starship SN15 flight #2 preparations! Sit back and enjoy!

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  • How Starship Will Launch For $87 Per Kilogram

    10:05

    Elon Musk wants to launch Starship for just $2 million per launch which is the same as just $20 per kilogram. Such a launch price would be unprecedented as popular competitors in the market often have a launch price in the thousands of dollars per kilogram. Even a reused Falcon 9 has a launch cost of $15 million for SpaceX or about $658 per kilogram. As a result, there has been a significant amount of skepticism surrounding SpaceX's ability to reach a launch cost of just $20 per kilogram. However, there are major differences between Falcon 9 and Starship that may just make such a leap possible. For instance, the majority of the launch cost of Falcon 9 goes towards rebuilding a stage 2 for every launch and refurbishing the fairing. Starship is fully reusable, so SpaceX won't have to spend millions of dollars rebuilding portions of the rocket or refurbishing the fairing. Aside from this, Starship utilizes Raptor engines that are far more efficient than Merlin engines, and Starship is built with stainless steel which is much cheaper. This video explains the various advantages Starship has over Falcon 9 and why SpaceX may be able to complete Starship launches for $87 per kilogram.

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  • China Unveiled NEW Starship Clone! Can They Crush Spacex?

    10:15

    China is planning to make a starship clone, but can they beat spacex and Elon Musk in innovation and conquer Mars?

    In a video, presented by the China Academy of Launch Vehicle Technology (CALT), one of China’s main rocket manufacturers, demonstrated that they are working on a rocket similar to the Starship.
    SpaceX’s under-development rocket, Starship!
    What's even more interesting about the video is that aside from the functionalities, the rocket also appears strikingly similar to SpaceX's Starship vehicle.
    Four years later, that vision of what is now known as the Starship system has advanced significantly, with SpaceX now focusing on flying the first astronauts to the surface of Mars using the same rocket within the next decade or so.
    China has been monitoring SpaceX from the very beginning, with a particular interest in the company's plans to reuse rocket first stages.
    That’s because China plans to build the Long March 8 rocket to land on a sea platform like the Falcon 9 booster.
    It's difficult to deny that China's initiatives have indeed been influenced by SpaceX's concepts.
    The only difference would be that China, at the very least, has the aspiration of copying SpaceX.
    But, when it comes to the space race, we really should not underestimate China.
    Rajaratnam School of International Studies, China's space program, technologies, and capabilities have advanced significantly in recent years.
    Although SpaceX is gaining ground in space, China is starting to catch up.
    State-owned China Aerospace Science and Technology Corporation was the most active individual company, with 25 launches, ahead of Elon Musk’s SpaceX, which had 15 launches during that period.
    The rivalry between China and the United States in space exploration is clearly heating up.
    However, experts believe that there is still a significant technological difference between China and the United States, and that space is part of a broader strategic rivalry between the two countries.
    This rocket will be used by China for manned lunar landings as well as robotic space exploration of other planets, including a possible Mars sample return mission.
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    SpaceX is planning to launch commercial payloads using Starship no earlier than 2021. In April 2020, NASA selected a modified human-rated Starship system as one of three lunar landing systems to receive funding for a 10-month long initial design phase for the Artemis program.


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  • Launch Tower Sections Appear Ready for Stacking | SpaceX Boca Chica

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    SpaceX added work platforms to the top of a Launch Tower section ahead of potential stacking at the Propellant Production Plant. Meanwhile, a Cryo Tank Shell receives another ring section.

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    4:23 - Integration Tower Section Assembly
    5:20 - Cryo Tank Shell Work Continues
    7:18 - Orbital Launch Site
    8:03 - Integration Tower Section Work Continues
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    9:16 - GSE Equipment Delivered to the Orbital Launch Site
    9:43 - Orbital Launch Site Work Continues
    13:04 - High Bay Work Continues
    13:34 - Nosecone Test Stand Dissembled
    13:54 - Ring Sections & the GSE-3 Tank
    14:12 - Parts for Propellant Production Site
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  • SpaceX Starships line up for flight - SN9 and SN10 at the pad

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    The first 200 get 20% off the annual Brilliant subscription! - Lots of news today as SpaceX Starships line up for the flight. SN9 and SN10 at the pad already. There is so much going on with Starship development right now with test tank SN 7.2 pushed to its limits this week. Plenty going on with Superheavy booster construction along with updates around that highly anticipated launch and high altitude flight test of Starship SN9. There was a record-breaking dedicated rideshare mission with Transporter 1 lifting off this past week, and finally, some news with Boeing’s Starliner capsule as its second uncrewed test flight looks to be targeting the end of March. We have so much to cover here in yet another incredible week of space news.

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    The third Launch Tower segment was moved to the launch site, Orbital Tank Farm construction continued, and a Starship Common Dome section with mounts for a full heat shield was spotted.

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    1:23 - SN16 and Next Super Heavy Booster in High Bay
    1:48 - SN15 Visible at the Production Site
    2:22 - Starship Common Dome Section with TPS Mounting Pins
    2:42 - Launch Tower Segment Fabrication
    3:57 - Crane Disconnected from Cryo Tank Shell
    4:39 - Starship SN15 at the Propellant Plant
    5:12 - Launch Tower Segment Fabrication Continues
    6:36 - Stairs Lowered into Launch Tower Segment 3
    7:24 - Starship SN15 and the Starbase Sign
    7:45 - Robotic Welder Being Moved
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    8:41 - Starship Transport Stand
    9:02 - Transporter Moved to Propellant Plant
    9:18 - Prefabricated Buildings Delivered to Production Site
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    10:22 - Elevator Visible Inside Launch Tower
    11:04 - Rebar Work at the Orbital Tank Farm
    11:28 - Orbital Tank Farm Construction
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    14:10 - LR 1600/2 Tankzilla and Suborbital Launch Pads
    14:30 - Launch Integration Tower Construction
    15:53 - Third Launch Tower Segment Moved to Launch Site
    17:17 - Launch Tower Segment Arrives at the Launch Site
    19:38 - LR 11350 Frankencrane Parts Delivered to Launch Site

  • Cryo Tank Shell Closer to Completion | SpaceX Boca Chica

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    As SpaceX prepares to lift the new Launch Tower section, a ring section was added to the Cryo Tank Shell at the Propellant Production Site. These shells will be crucial to keeping the consumables chilled during Super Heavy & Starship testing.

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    1:58 Starship SN15 at Sunset
    2:49 The Launch Site at Dusk
    3:49 Starship Sunrise
    4:24 SN7.2 Test Tank Headed for the Scrapyard
    4:45 Launch Tower Section Assembly
    5:45 Cryo Tank Shell Attached to Crane
    6:22 New Ring Section for the GSE-5 Tank
    7:08 The Nosecone Test Stand Modified
    8:10 Starship SN16 in the High Bay
    8:37 GSE-5 Forward Dome on the Sleeving Stand
    9:32 New Ring Section Added to Cryo Tank Shell
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    14:47 Work Platform Added to Launch Tower Base
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  • What inside Orbital Launch Mount?

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    Take a cup of coffee and enjoy for today’s Episode of SpaceX Fans.
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    SpaceX and Elon Musk are very reserved with their statements about the details on the construction sites.
    This applies not only to the launch tower with a crane and booster catcher but also to the launch table. It makes greatly excited the curiosity of fans, including the Great SpaceX channel. We have had a long time observing and learning about it, there are some good ideas that you should know about it as follows:
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    Another reason is that Super heavy booster does not have legs to land on concrete as usual. Its purpose is to reduce the overall weight, making it possible to carry more cargo and fuel to orbit and to Mars. So the design team came up with the idea of building a catch tower. And also build OLM to place Super heavy booster and support Starship to prepare for the next launch.
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    SpaceX’s new Starship pad design will begin with the bare minimum needed for a sturdy launch pad. SpaceX may change the design for Super Heavy but Starship’s thrust section is attached to a skirt with six strengthened sections that host landing legs and hold-down clamps. The sheer heft of ~2m (~6 ft) wide steel and rebar columns –filled with concrete – and pilings at least as wide and more than 30m (100 ft) deep certainly hints at a final structure capable of surviving the fury of Starship’s Super Heavy booster. And the upper part of the foot poles is being assembled by talented spaceX engineers in a different area, predicting both parts will be about 20m tall. In terms of diameter, it must be larger than the diameter of the super heavy which is 9m. And according to my opinion is about 12- 15 meters.
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    To put designs like this into practice, it would require years of refinement and experimentation—be rapidly inspected, refueled, and launched again. Whether this all works out remains to be seen. SpaceX has tried many things in the past in regard to rockets only to discard these ideas. This is one of the keys to success for Musk and his leadership style.
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    SpaceX remains as committed as ever to its breakneck pace of testing at its Boca Chica, Texas, launch facilities. Starship SN 15, which conducted the first fully successful 10-kilometer test flight of the program with a clean, intact landing, was moved back to the launch pad on May 11, 2021, just under a week after that successful May 5 flight.

    Observers of the program initially speculated it might be rolled back up Highway 4 to the build facility for inspections and refurbishment, but on May 14, after a few days of high wind delays, SpaceX has put it on launch pad B in a move toward a potential second flight.
    Elon Musk confirmed a second flight could happen soon on Twitter, but a few key things are likely necessary before that can occur as it’s not just a simple matter of fueling the vehicle and sending it up again.

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    SpaceX's Next Starship Prototype SN9 Sets to Roll to the Launch Pad

    SpaceX was working on a number of starship prototypes simultaneously during the cryo proof test of SN8. And now with a rock-solid confidence, SpaceX is rolling the second fully assembled prototype, known as Serial Number 9 (SN9). It is just a few days more when SpaceX will deliver this starship to the launch pad.

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

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    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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  • SpaceX’s Starship Launch Pad Problem

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    At the end of 2018, the first Starship  prototype began to take shape. After taking over a dirt field in Texas, SpaceX  started a long journey of development with the hopes of taking humans to Mars. Two years later  and the progress of Starship has been mesmerizing.

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    In almost every way, Starship is more  ambitious than any other rocket in the history of spaceflight. Not only is it powered by  one of the most advanced rocket engines ever made, it also has the added complexities that are  needed to be the first fully reusable rocket.  

    Starship has been an incredible challenge to  design and build, but according to Elon Musk, figuring out how to actually manufacture the  rocket has been way more difficult. Despite these challenges, SpaceX seems to be progressing  at an absurd rate. But one of the most challenging problems that SpaceX will need to solve isn’t  actually the rocket itself, but the launch pad.

    On the 9th of November 2020, SpaceX  performed a static fire with one of their Starship prototypes. This was the first  time a fully assembled Starship had produced  thrust.

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    The test was completed using a single  engine and was carried out to make sure the header tanks could feed fuel to the engine during  a landing. But the test didn’t exactly go to plan.  

    Shortly after the engine fired up, chunks of  concrete were sent flying upwards from the base of the launch pad. Although it looked spectacular,  it turned out to be a lot more damaging than it first seemed. The concrete pad beneath  the rocket had an ablative coating called Martyte, which was designed to protect  the concrete during each test fire.  

    Up until this point, the Martyte had done its  job. But after months of testing, it had finally worn away and the exposed concrete was ripped  up and thrown into the air. A chunk of concrete flew into the engine bay and severed an electrical  cable which ended up damaging one of the engines.

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    This is 4K footage and photos from my visit to SpaceX Starbase, TX on 6/6/21. There is a variety of video clips and photos of different things. Timestamps are posted below and in the pinned comment. The video speed can be adjusted to play faster or slower depending on your preference. Some of the zoomed in shots have some noticeable wind shake. I'm trying out some different solutions to reduce it as much as possible, but Boca Chica is mostly very windy and that has a larger effect the more zoomed in I am.

    All video is filmed by me and is not available anywhere else. I am a one man band running the whole show. Please click like and subscribe if you enjoy my footage. Please leave comments with any suggestions or thoughts. I very much appreciate any constructive criticism. My goal is to record and preserve historical archive footage for future generations and share it with the world via the internet. I'm constantly learning and trying to improve my filming, photography and editing skills. My content should be improving over time. I plan to upgrade my cameras and audio equipment over time as my channel grows.

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    00:00 Intro
    00:10 SN15 on Display and Orbital Tower Sections 4,5,6
    00:50 Distant View of Launch and Landing Zone
    01:00 View of Top of High Bay
    01:10 Orbital Tower Sections 4,5,6
    02:00 Welcome to Starbase
    02:30 Another View of Top of High Bay
    03:16 Different Angle of Tower Sections
    03:26 Starship Stainless Steel Delivery
    03:56 Starship SN15 on Display Stand
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  • SpaceX Appeared a massive mysterious tank structure at Boca Chica

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    Appeared a massive mysterious tank structure at Boca Chica.
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    The mysterious tank structure is a class of heat exchanger designs. It is the most common type of heat exchanger in oil refineries and other large chemical processes, and is suited for higher-pressure applications. As its name implies, this type of heat exchanger consists of a shell (a large pressure vessel) with a bundle of tubes inside it. One fluid runs through the tubes, and another fluid flows over the tubes (through the shell) to transfer heat between the two fluids. The set of tubes is called a tube bundle, and may be composed of several types of tubes: plain, longitudinally finned, etc.
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    The simple design of a shell and tube heat exchanger makes it an ideal cooling solution for a wide variety of applications. One of the most common applications is the cooling of hydraulic fluid and oil in engines, transmissions and hydraulic power packs. With the right choice of materials they can also be used to cool or heat other mediums, such as swimming pool water or charge air. There are many advantages to shell and tube technology over plates
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    SpaceX is developing the Starship launch vehicle at its Starbase South Texas facility that will one day become the ‘Gateway to Mars.’ Engineers aim to develop a Starship capable of transporting tons of cargo and 100 passengers. Musk has said on several occasions that it is essential to increase the rate of innovation to reach Mars in our lifetime and predicts an uncrewed Starship could land on Mars' surface by the year 2024 if SpaceX's rate of innovation ‘grows exponentially.’ The next launch opportunity would be 2026 because Mars orbits closer to Earth approximately every two years.
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  • SN15 wants to test successfully, needs to use the Rvac engine instead of the Raptor.

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    The Starship SN8 vehicle exploded upon landing in December, which Musk later blamed to a loss of pressure in a “header” propellant tank at the top of the vehicle that deprived the engines of enough propellant to land intact.
    The SN9 vehicle, which launched Feb. 2, exploded upon landing as well. One of the vehicle’s Raptor engines failed to ignite for the landing, causing it to hit the ground too fast and at an angle.
    The SN10 vehicle appeared to land intact on its March 3 flight, only to explode less than 10 minutes later. Musk later said that bubbles of helium, added to the header fuel tank to maintain pressure for landing after the SN8 crash, were ingested by the engines, preventing them from generating enough thrust to land safely. The vehicle landed at a high speed, causing damage that led to the explosion minutes later.
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  • Super Heavy BN3 Methane Downcomer Lifted into High Bay | SpaceX Boca Chica

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    Super Heavy Booster BN3's methane downcomer was lifted into the High Bay for integration with the vehicle. Launch Tower, Cryo Shell, and Orbital Launch Site construction continued.

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    0:00 - Sunrise Over the Launch Site
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    1:13 - Cryo Tank Shell Construction
    1:33 - Super Heavy Methane (CH4) Downcomer Segment
    3:40 - Super Heavy Methane Downcomer Lifted into High Bay 5:30 - Transporter Leaves Production Site
    6:02 - Super Heavy Methane Downcomer Lifted into High Bay
    6:49 - LR 11350 Frankencrane Receives Final Pieces of its Jib
    7:22 - Pipes Delivered to Launch Site
    7:48 - Orbital Tank Farm Construction
    9:08 - Propellant Subcooler Assembly Continues
    9:32 - All Orbital Launch Mount Extensions Have Been Added
    9:53 - Orbital Launch Site Construction

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