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  • Starship Prototype Ship 20 Stacked on Super Heavy

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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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  • Ship 20 Stacked on top of Super Heavy Booster 4 for the First Time | SpaceX Boca Chica

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    SpaceX stacks Ship 20 on top of Super Heavy Booster 4, creating the first fully stacked Starship ever. Standing 120m tall, Starship is the largest and most powerful rocket ever to be assembled. After stacking, crews lowered Ship 20 back to the ground and rolled it back to the Production Site.

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    0:00 - Early Morning Crew Continues Installing Ship 20's TPS
    0:30 - Work Continues on the GSE Tanks, Launch Mount, and Launch Tower
    1:00 - Ship 20 Awaits Lift onto Booster 4
    1:40 - Ship 20 Sits on its Transport Mount
    2:20 - Ship 20 is Lifted
    3:30 - Raptor Engines Are Visible Beneath Ship 20
    3:50 - Ship 20 is Placed Atop Super Heavy Booster 4
    4:40 - GSE 3 is Lifted Over the Tank Farm
    5:00 - GSE 3 is Lowered into Place
    5:30 - Ship 20 is Removed from Booster 4
    6:00 - Ship 20 is Separated and Lowered
    6:50 - Ship 20 is Lowered Back onto the Transport Mount
    7:30 - Ship 20 Removed from LR 11350 Frankencrane
    7:40 - Ship 20 Transported Out of the Launch Site
    8:20 - Ship 20 Arrives Back at the Production Site
    9:30 - Ship 20 Rolled into the High Bay

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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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  • First SpaceX Starship & Super Heavy stacked in preparation for orbital flight!

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  • Starship & Super Heavy Booster Stacked - Setting World Record!

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    Ep 252. Starship 20 rolls to the pad, and is placed upon Super Heavy booster 4. Starlink's customer base keeps growing. SpaceX is busy training dragon space passengers of the future, and netflix gets in on the action.

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  • SpaceX Starship and Super Heavy become worlds tallest rocket after stacking

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    SpaceX Starship SN20 and Super Heavy booster 4 were stacked for the first time on Aug. 6, 2021. The massive rocket is about 395 feet (120 meters) tall. -- Elon Musk is thrilled as SpaceX's Starship becomes world's tallest rocket:

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  • Starship and Super Heavy Orbital Test Animation

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    With suborbital Starship tests seemingly complete with SN15's successful landing, all eyes are on the first orbital test flight of a full Starship-Super Heavy stack. This test, scheduled to take place only in a few month's time, will feature the world's tallest and most powerful rocket ever built taking flight for the first time. This animation shows the proposed flight plan of that first orbital test flight.

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  • Starbase LIVE: 24/7 Starship & Super Heavy Development From SpaceXs Boca Chica Facility

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  • SpaceX Starship Fully Stacked for the first time, Starliner and Starlink Updates

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  • Starship Prototype Ship 20 Aft Flap Test | SpaceX Boca Chica

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    Booster 5 was readied for final stacking in the High Bay, work on Mechazilla's chopsticks continued, and Ship 20's aft flaps were tested.

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    0:00 - Sunrise at the Launch Site
    0:22 - The Production Site
    0:43 - SN15 and S16
    1:05 - Wide Bay Construction and High Bay
    1:26 - COPVs Loaded Onto Flatbed
    2:03 - Ship 21 Nosecone Construction
    2:46 - Wide Bay Construction
    3:30 - The High Bay
    4:12 - Deliveries to the Production Site
    5:33 - Wide Bay Construction
    6:18 - Booster 5 Construction
    7:03 - SPMT Operations at the Production Site
    9:18 - Rebar Delivery at the Production Site
    9:43 - Wide Bay Construction
    12:17 - SPMTs Moving Crane Mats
    13:28 - The Orbital Launch Site
    13:48 - The Orbital Launch Tower
    14:13 - The Quick Disconnect Arm
    15:01 - Crews Work on the Chopsticks
    17:08 - Chopsticks Cabling and Pulley System
    17:28 - Crews Work on the Orbital Launch Mount
    18:32 - Berm Removed at the Launch Site
    19:29 - Ship 20, Booster 4, and the Orbital Tank Farm
    21:15 - Ship 20 Flap Tests

  • SpaceX Starship Updates! Super Heavy Booster 5 Fully Stacked! TheSpaceXShow

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    Welcome to the latest SpaceX Starship updates video from TheSpaceXFans. We have a handful of updates to start off with for the standard SpaceX news this video. Over in Boca Chica, the teams continue to progress with the infrastructure construction at pace. Then, we have more work on Starship 21 and finally we have Super Heavy Booster 5 fully stacked! Sit back and enjoy!

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  • Starship Prototype Ship 20 Conducts First Ever Six Engine Static Fire

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    Starship prototype Ship 20 is conducting engine testing of its Raptor engines. Exact test details are unconfirmed, but it will potentially include preburner and/or static fire testing. All six engines are currently installed on the vehicle, so there is the possibility of the first static fire test with all six Raptors.

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  • Super Heavy Booster 4 Lifted onto the Orbital Launch Pad | SpaceX Boca Chica

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    As SpaceX pushes toward the first Starship orbital test flight, Booster 4 was lifted onto the Orbital Launch Mount by the LR 11350 crane. Overnight, crews stacked Ship 20’s nosecone onto its tank section. Ship 20 is expected to roll out soon.

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    0:00 Sunrise
    0:50 Ship 20 Nosecone Moved into the High Bay
    1:38 Ship 20 Stacked
    2:29 Booster 4 Prepared to be Lifted
    3:01 Crews Attach the Loadspreader to Booster 4
    5:52 GSE Hoses Detached Before the Lift
    6:56 Final Lift Preparations
    7:56 Booster 4 Lifted
    10:14 Raptor Engine Closeups
    12:20 Booster 4 Guided into Place
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  • Starship Rollout as Ship 20 Heads to the Pad for Stacking on Booster 4

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    Starship prototype Ship 20 is heading to the orbital launch site ahead of becoming the first spacecraft stacked on top of a Super Heavy booster in Starbase, Texas. Ship 20 has already had all six of its Raptor engines installed.

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  • Booster 5 Fully Stacked | SpaceX Boca Chica

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    SpaceX mated Booster 5's methane section to its LOX section as Ship 21 was prepared for aft flap installation. Meanwhile, the Wide Bay continues to rise.

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    0:00 Sunrise Over the Launch Site
    0:25 Ship Forward Dome and Booster Common Dome
    0:56 Crews Work on Ship 21’s Nosecone Thermal Tiles
    1:51 Aerocovers Staged for Installation onto Ship 21
    2:30 Booster 5’s LOX section lifted onto a Transport Stand
    3:00 Crews Work on Ship 20
    3:26 Liquid Oxygen Delivered to the Suborbital Tank Farm
    3:53 Work Continues on the Orbital Launch Site
    5:39 The Orbital Tank Farm
    7:30 The Suborbital Launch Site
    7:56 Booster 4, GSE-4 Test Tank, Ship 20, and Booster 3 Remnants
    8:26 B2.1 Test Tank on the Booster Test Stand
    8:50 Delivery to the Production Site
    9:19 Tape Affixed to Ship 21’s Nosecone
    9:44 Ship 21’s Tank Section Prepped for Aft Flap Installation
    10:12 Booster 5’s Methane Tank Section
    10:42 Loadspreader Attached to Booster 5’s Methane Tank Section
    11:34 The Wide Bay Continues to Rise
    12:29 Ship 20 Tests its Flaps
    13:57 Booster 5’s Methane Section Lifted Onto Its LOX Section
    15:03 Crews Align B5’s Methane and LOX Tank Sections

  • Why SpaceX Is Dropping Starship SN20 Into A Water INSTEAD Of Landing!?

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    Why SpaceX Splashdown Starship SN20 Instead Of Landing Like Previous Prototype?

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    At first glance, the splashdown seems kind of odd for a company, that's been softly touching down falcon 9 first stage rockets, on their landing legs since 2015, and even setting down this behemoth gently.

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    The timer starts to count up with t plus, one, two, three and so on, from spacex's fcc filing, we can see that the booster will cut off its engines separate from starship, and then the starships engines will fire.

    All before the three minute mark the booster will touch down, about six minutes later, and the starship's engines will shut down, shortly after that, by that time the starship will have brought its speed up to orbital velocity.

    Giving it enough momentum to coast all the way around, the planet without additional propulsion it's helpful. That the fcc filings show this green line, on the image, to indicate the ground space underneath the flight path.

    The flight path around just make sure to only rotate it, and not move it because, the center of an orbit always needs to be at the center of the earth. No matter what the orbit's inclination is plus or minus.

    A few real world anomalies like lumpy gravity concentrations, and things like that, so when the mission is all said and done it, will take the starship about 90 minutes total, to travel east from texas go around the globe, and splash down near hawaii in the pacific ocean.

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  • SpaceX Starship & Super Heavy Orbital Timeline Update!

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  • SpaceX Stacked Starship: Whats the Next BIG Step? | Mars Sample Collection Failed | Starliner Delay

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    SpaceX stacks starship atop the massive Super Heavy booster for the 1st time to make the world's tallest rocket. Let's discuss SpaceX's future plans.
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    The launch of Boeing's Starliner capsule was delayed indefinitely. Virgin Galactic resumes ticket sales at significantly higher prices. Perseverance failed to collect any Mars samples during its first drilling attempt.

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  • UNEXPECTED!! Jeff Bezos REACT to SpaceXs Starship 20 and Booster 4 being fully stacked.

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    UNEXPECTED!! Jeff Bezos REACT to SpaceX's Starship 20 and Booster 4 being fully stacked.

    I received a lot of comments saying that: it would be great if two of the world's most high-profile CEOs, Elon Musk and Jeff Bezos, collaborated on developing spacecraft and exploring space. But we all know that's never going to happen. They have been engaged in a simmering rivalry over the last 15 years.

    Last month, Jeff Bezos had his first space flight, before which Musk commented haha on a mocking meme about it. In the past, Musk has also called Bezos a copycat.

    For Musk's company, SpaceX stacked Starship 20 atop a massive Booster 4 for the 1st time to make the world's tallest rocket last week. Another jab was SpaceX’s award of NASA’s lunar lander vehicle project which Blue Origin had been contesting for some time, even resorting to appeals in which the Bezos helmed aerospace company ultimately lost.

    So, in this video, let's find out How madly Bezos reacted to this sad news?

    Yeah, Jeff Bezos did not let us down, he does not accept failure.
    His space company remains on the offensive in criticizing NASA’s decision to award Elon Musk’s SpaceX with the sole contract to build a vehicle to land astronauts on the moon.

    In an infographic published on Blue Origin’s website and seen on Wednesday, the company called SpaceX using Starship to transport NASA astronauts to the lunar surface an “immensely complex & high risk” approach. Blue Origin is referring to a criticism that NASA officials made in evaluating Starship for the lunar lander program.
    “There are an unprecedented number of technologies, developments, and operations that have never been done before for Starship to land on the Moon,” Blue Origin wrote.
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  • SpaceX Starship Updates! Starship & Super Heavy Fully Stacked! Dream come true! TheSpaceXShow

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    Welcome to the latest SpaceX Starship updates video from TheSpaceXFans. Today, we have a very exciting and information packed video with a few updates for the standard SpaceX news. Then, over in Boca Chica, SpaceX are ploughing ahead with the orbital infrastructure and prototypes at their Starbase facility. Then, we have some very exciting news, as, for the first time ever, we get to see a Starship & Super Heavy Fully Stacked! Musk also posted a huge amount of Tweets, of which one, he was asked how it felt to stack the rocket, with his response being “Dream come true”! I can tell you now, it’s not just a dream come true for Elon Musk, but the whole community as well. Sit back and enjoy!

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    Mary (BocaChicaGal) & NSF Robotic Camera Team. Ship 20 Rolls Out to the Orbital Launch Site to be Stacked on Booster 4 | SpaceX Boca Chica. YouTube. NASASpaceflight. August 6, 2021.

    Mary (BocaChicaGal). Super Heavy Booster 4 Lifted onto the Orbital Launch Pad | SpaceX Boca Chica. YouTube. NASASpaceflight. August 5, 2021.

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  • SpaceX Plans To Hold Starship & Super Heavy With Mechazilla CLAW Before Testing

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    A couple months ago, as SpaceX’s newest Starship prototype and first orbital-class vehicle first started to come together, it became clear that the company was implementing a significant design change starting with Ship 20 (S20).

    Contrary to five years of official Starship/BFR updates in which the ship (second stage) was expected to connect to pad ground systems (power, propellant, gases, communications) through the booster (first stage), Starship S20’s umbilical panel was instead conspicuously installed on the exterior of the ship’s hull.

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  • SpaceX Starship Sneezes & Super Heavy might burn a pad!

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  • SpaceX Starship Explosive Potential, and Big Bang Theory

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  • SpaceX Starship FULL STACK Taller than Saturn V! Plus ISS Olympics, Starliner, ISRO & China Updates

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    If Starbase was moving at Warp 9 last week, then this week they've really outdone themselves in the best way possible! The fully stacked Starship towers taller than the Saturn V, and is more powerful than the N1. It's now only a matter of time before the first orbital launch! Elsewhere, China launch 3 rockets, Soyuz Vs Dragon at the Olympics, and Boeing Starliner faces another setback.

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  • SpaceX Super Heavy Booster The Monster is Even CRAZIER than You Thought!

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    SpaceX Super Heavy Booster 'The Monster' is Even CRAZIER than You Thought!
    SpaceX and Elon Musk want to make starship the ultimate transporter of humanity to Mars, and that too at shoe-string costs compared to the previous generation of rocket costs.

    Due to Earth’s massive size and intense gravitational force, we will need an additional force to lift the Starship off the surface, as it won’t be able to generate escape velocity on its own. Getting into orbit requires getting to 17,600 miles per hour. The 3 raptor engines of a starship can never produce the thrust to produce this much speed.

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    Super heavy booster 4 is the third fully stacked super heavy booster. After the pathfinder BN1, the test tank BN2 and the prototype BN3, according to Elon Musk. It is the lower stage of SpaceX's mighty spacecraft, the starship which SpaceX founder Elon Musk is hoping to use to dispatch colonizers to mars.

    After it has helped the national aeronautics and space administration lands its astronauts on the moon, one crucial requirement of the starship is that it has to be able to lift heavy payloads to orbit. This is why SpaceX is going all out on the design of the super heavy. it will be the most powerful vehicle ever with a gross mass liftoff mass of over 3 million kilograms.

    When stood up, you would have to step back to see the top of the booster as it is as tall as a 23story building. it is a 9-meter diameter and it is made of steel, the same material as the 50 meters tall that sits atop it.

    Previous tests have included only the upper stage. The last one was on May 5th when the sn15 upper stage prototype launched to an altitude of 10 kilometers before landing safely. However, as SpaceX races to get the starship ready for its first orbital flight, it has now turned to conduct tests on the super heavy itself.

    Booster 4 and SN20 will conduct the Starship program's first-ever orbital test flight. When the super-heavy booster finally takes off, it will blast the upper stage into orbit. The booster itself will eject from the upper stage and will splash down in the Gulf of Mexico shortly after liftoff, and SN20 will power itself to orbit, circling our planet once before splashing down in the Pacific Ocean near the Hawaiian island of Kauai.

    SpaceX super heavy is already scheduled for work, apart from NASA lining it up for landing its astronauts on the moon. SpaceX has already collected a deposit from the Japanese entrepreneur Yusaku Maezawa to take him on a flight around the moon.



    According to Musk, if all the testing goes well, the starship could be ready by 2023 which will be just in time for NASA's Artemis project in 2024.

    One of the major features of booster 4 is the use of sea-level Raptor engines. Each rocket, when firing, produces an insane 2 mega newton of thrust. The raptor engine will burn a mixture of methane and oxygen that is cooled to a cryogenic level. The very low temperature means the super-heavy tank will be able to contain more fuel at that temperature.

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  • Whats Inside The SpaceX Starship?

    8:28

    Elon Musk is a man on a mission. Quite apart from his tricky day job, weaning mankind off gas-guzzling automobiles, he also plans to drag our civilization over to Mars. And he wants to do it soon.

    To this end Musk has been frantically developing a pioneering interplanetary vessel known as ‘Starship’, launching and iterating fresh prototypes at a frankly insane rate. But how does it all work, and what’s inside that giant shiny cylinder that keeps crashing? Today, we gingerly venture onto the long-suffering Boca Chica launchpad for a sneak peek inside the Starship.

    During a recent interview with podcast host Joe Rogan, Elon Musk offered a typically smirk-inducing glimpse into the thought processes behind his signature rocket.

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  • Starship | SN15 | High-Altitude Flight Test

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    As early as Wednesday, May 5, the SpaceX team will attempt a high-altitude flight test of Starship serial number 15 (SN15) – our fifth high-altitude flight test of a Starship prototype from Starbase in Texas. SN15 has vehicle improvements across structures, avionics and software, and the engines that will allow more speed and efficiency throughout production and flight: specifically, a new enhanced avionics suite, updated propellant architecture in the aft skirt, and a new Raptor engine design and configuration.

    Similar to previous high-altitude flight tests of Starship, SN15 will be powered through ascent by three Raptor engines, each shutting down in sequence prior to the vehicle reaching apogee – approximately 10 km in altitude. SN15 will perform 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 will descend under active aerodynamic control, accomplished by independent movement of two forward and two aft flaps on the vehicle. All four flaps are actuated by an onboard flight computer to control Starship’s attitude during flight and enable precise landing at the intended location. SN15’s Raptor engines will then reignite as the vehicle attempts a landing flip maneuver immediately before touching down on the landing pad adjacent to the launch mount.

    A controlled aerodynamic descent with body flaps and vertical landing capability, combined with in-space refilling, are critical to landing Starship at destinations across the solar system where prepared surfaces or runways do not exist, and returning to Earth. This capability will enable 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.

    Given the dynamic schedule of development testing, stay tuned to our social media channels for updates as we move toward SpaceX’s fifth high-altitude flight test of Starship!

  • Starship Tests Payload Bay Design, Booster 3 Static Fire, New Test Rig Built | This Week in Starbase

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  • Starship 20 Static Fire Imminent, Mechazilla Arms | What caused Astra Launch Failure? | Blue Origin

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    Starship20 static fire test will happen as early as Monday, October 18th. NASA will monitor SpaceX's starship ‘starbrick’ heatshield during the orbital flight test in 2022. SpaceX is already manufacturing starship21 and booster5 at the build site. FAA to kick off public hearings on SpaceX environmental review.

    Blue Origin successfully completes the second human flight to space and back. NASA launches the first space probe to study Jupiter's trojan asteroids. The final piece of rocket hardware was added to Artemis I stack. NASA's James Webb Space Telescope arrives in French Guiana after a sea voyage. China launches Shenzhou-13 astronauts on a historic mission to the new space station. Astra knows what caused its rocket launch failure in august and will try again soon.

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  • SpaceX Starship Updates! Starbase Infrastructure Work Continues! TheSpaceXShow

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    Welcome to the latest SpaceX Starship updates video from TheSpaceXFans. To kick off this video, we have a handful of updates for the standard SpaceX news. Then, over in Boca Chica, the infrastructure work for the first orbital flight is continuing, as well as the work on the Wide Bay as Starbase infrastructure work continues! We also have a bunch of information from Elon Musk, including information about a new engine that will be needed that won’t be called Raptor. We also have some progress on Starship 21 and Super Heavy Boosters to take a look at. Sit back and enjoy!

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  • SpaceX Starship FAA News, Russia Anti-Sat Weapon Test, Electron Booster Recovery

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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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  • SpaceX’s INSANE New Starship LEAKED by Elon Musk

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    SpaceX’s INSANE New Starship Rocket LEAKED by Elon Musk.
    Deep in the heart of South Texas, Elon Musk’s SpaceX is hard at work creating the next generation of space travel. Called Starship, their top-of-the-line, one-of-a-kind spaceship is unlike any other that has come before it. It will be 30 feet in diameter, 180 feet tall and powered by the trademarked Super Heavy launch vehicle, which will propel Starship into space with the assistance of 31 Raptor engines. With the Starship and the Super Heavy combined, the craft will be the tallest, heaviest and most powerful space rocket that has ever graced the stars.

    But the creation is more than just a record-breaker. Perhaps the most amazing thing about Starship will be the fact that it’s totally reusable unlike the spaceships of yesteryear created by NASA. The ability to reuse this ship is really what sets it apart and will make it much more financially enticing for SpaceX and any other space agencies.

    To call Starship a modern marvel of engineering would be an understatement. It really does set the bar high for the future of flying through space. Generations of spaceships and prototypes have all led up to this creation.

    And yet, Elon Musk isn’t satisfied with Starship. Even though his company is producing something revolutionary and ahead-of-its-time, Musk is already looking ahead to the next iteration of Starship. In fact, he has recently hinted at the concept of an even bigger Starship model, as well as special variants of the ship that would be capable of point-to-point travel on Earth, cargo shipments, and trips to the moon and Mars.


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  • Starship Prototype Ship 20 Stacked on Super Heavy

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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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  • Starship Prototype SN20 stacked on Super Heavy

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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.

  • SpaceX Starship Is Finally Stacked On Super Heavy! Plans Of SpaceX For Starship Orbital Launch Test

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    SpaceX is making great progress towards its monstrous rocket, Starship. SpaceX has just achieved another major milestone. SpaceX stacked the prototype of its second stage Starship called Ship 20, on top of a prototype of the super-heavy booster also called booster 4. The Starship spacecraft on the super-heavy booster represents, the tallest assembled rocket ever developed in history. this rocket reaches nearly the height of 120 meters or approximately 400 feet, and combined with the orbital launch stand, on which it rests, the launch vehicle is almost 145 meters or 475 feet high, which is even taller than the Great Pyramid of Giza. this fully reusable rocket will not only be the tallest but also the most powerful Rocket ever launch in history. It's about twice as powerful as NASA's Saturn 5 rocket which took humans to the moon. This super heavy-lift launch vehicle is equipped with a total of 35 Raptor rocket engines. booster 4 is loaded up with a full complement of 29 Raptor engines, and the ship 20 has 6 engines, 3 out of 6 engines are sea-level Raptor engines and the other three are Raptor vacuum engines.

  • SpaceXs NEW Super Heavy booster fully installed Grid Fins. Starship 20 Static Fire Test NET Monday

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    Welcome back to SpaceX Fans!
    We're back to keep you up to date on the most exciting news of the construction progress at Starbase, specifically on the completion progress of Booster 5. There's also interesting information about Elon Musk's plan to install Starlink Wi-Fi On Commercial Flights.

    But first, I have an update on Ship 20's static fire test plan. Actually, there was an Alert notice for a possible S20 static fire test on October 14. Many photographers, journalists, and even rocket sciences went a long way to Starbase to witness this historic moment.

    However, the funny thing is after more than 2 hours since the test started, we did not see a single explosion like other static fire tests from Ship 20, and the road is reopened. Then it is revealed that SpaceX only conducted pneumatic proofing or what we usually call “Ambient Pressure test” on Ship 20. Its purpose is to verify that the vehicle can survive the operating pressure.

    But don't be disappointed, according to Boca Chica road closure announcements, the company plans a static-fire test of the Starship SN20 vehicle for next week during a timeframe scheduled from October 18 to 20. Hope to see it soon!

    And now, let’s dive right in on today’s episode with Booster 5 latest news. What is the difference between Booster 5 and Booster 4? And When will it be fully stacked?

    SpaceX appears to have installed a full set of car-sized grid fins on Starship’s second flightworthy Super Heavy booster, leaving the massive rocket just a few steps away from completion.
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  • Analysis Starship Ship20 ! Starship Orbital Booster Move To Launch Pad!?

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    Analysis Starship SN20! Spacex Rollout Booster4 To The Launch Pad.

    SpaceX is moving at ‘Warp 9’ speed to develop its next-generation launch vehicle that will enable humans to become a multiplanetary species. SpaceX teams are working to complete the final assembly of Starship SN20 at the Starbase factory.

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    CEO Elon Musk has published a photo showing six Raptors – including three vacuum-optimized engines – installed on a Starship prototype for the first time

    For the second time in less than five weeks, SpaceX has also transported a brand new Starship booster (known as Super Heavy) from its Boca Chica factory to a launch site and testing facilities just down the road.

    The company flew in a workforce of over 500 employees from its headquarters in Hawthorne, California, to South Texas to help speed up the pace of progress at the Starbase facility. SpaceX founder and Chief Engineer Elon Musk has been working tirelessly alongside employees this past week to complete the assembly of the first spacecraft prototype that will be launched to orbit and returned to Earth.
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    Musk shared on Sunday evening that SpaceX started to work on installing Super Heavy’s Raptor engines and they completed the installation in less than 15-hours on Monday morning. By Tuesday, August 3, SpaceX transported the monstrous Super Heavy rocket test vehicle to the launch pad at Boca Chica Beach for pre-flight preparations.


    This time around, though, the Super Heavy in question (Booster 4) is expected to be the first truly flight worthy booster and – though plans could change – has been assigned to Starship’s first orbital test flight (OTF). In a show of force, Booster 4 left the high bay it was built in and rolled to a nascent orbital launch site with 29 Raptor engines installed after an almost unbelievable feat of rocket assembly just one day prior.

    In as few as 14 hours, SpaceX installed all 29 of Super Heavy Booster 4’s Raptor engines, including 20 “boost” variants (RB) and 9 gimballing “center” variants (RC). It’s unlikely that there is a single other instance in the history of spaceflight where so many large, functional rocket engines were installed as quickly as SpaceX was able to outfit Booster 4.

    Though signs suggest SpaceX will likely remove some or all of those engines after installing the rocket booster at the launch pad and beginning proof testing, the feat is still an extraordinary one.


    The 230-foot-tall stainless-steel rocket, identified as Booster 4, will propel Starship SN20 to orbit during the company’s debut orbital test flight this Summer.
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  • SpaceX Lifting STARSHIP SN20 Atop Of SUPER HEAVY BN4

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    As per the latest updates from starbase, spacex is preparing to lift ship 20 atop of the booster 4.
    Tomorrow, again an intermittent road closure has been sheduled between 9am to 12pm.

    This week, SpaceX made a Huge progress in starship and super heavy assembly!
    It's incredible to say that, soon we can see an orbital flight of Starship Super Heavy.

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  • Jeff Bezos REACTION On SpaceXs Starship 20 and Super Heavy BN4

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    Jeff Bezos' space company remains on the offensive in criticizing NASA's decision to award Elon Musk's SpaceX with the sole contract to build a vehicle to land astronauts on the moon, despite the government last week denying Blue Origin's protest.

    In an infographic published on Blue Origin's website and seen on Wednesday, the company called SpaceX using Starship to transport NASA astronauts to the lunar surface an immensely complex & high risk approach. Blue Origin is referring to a criticism that NASA officials made in evaluating Starship for the lunar lander program.

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  • SpaceX Starship Ship 20 Heat Shield Configuration Explained

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    SpaceX Starship (SN20) Ship 20 is the first orbit capable Starship prototype. Recently, SpaceX stacked a Starship and Super Heavy Booster for the first time ever, making it the tallest launch vehicle to be ever assembled. Ship 20 is also the first Starship prototype to have a full windward side covered with heat shield tiles. However, Ship 20 has heat shield tiles on the leeward side as well. So why is this the case?

    Currently, Starship Ship 20 is back in the high bay. It is expected that Ship 20 and Booster 4 will undergo cryogenic pressure tests and static fire tests before the first orbital flight test of Starship.

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  • Elon Musk REVEALS INSANE New Plan To Catch Starship Super Heavy!

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    Elon Musk Reveals Insane Plan To Catch Super Heavy !

    SpaceX has not released an official render depicting how the booster will be caught yet. An incredible render by Erik @ErcXspace on Twitter shows how SpaceX plans to catch Starship and the Super Heavy rocket with ‘Mechazilla’. SpaceX founder Elon Musk said that the render animation is “pretty close” to how the vehicles will be caught.

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    Booster & arms will move faster. QD [quick disconnect] arm will steady booster for ship mate,” Musk wrote in response to the video render, shown below.

    “[Star]ship will be caught by Mechazilla too. As with booster, no landing legs. Those are only needed for moon & Mars until there is local infrastructure,” he added.

    Catching the 230-foot-tall booster will enable fast reusability. “Starship booster, largest flying object ever designed, will be caught out of sky by launch tower. Big step forward, as reflight can be done in under an hour,” Musk said earlier this year. “
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    “Ideal scenario imo [in my opinion] is catching Starship in horizontal ‘glide’ with no landing burn, although that is quite a challenge for the tower! Next best is catching with tower, with emergency pad landing mode on skirt (no legs),” he added.

    “Just one skyscraper catching another,” Musk joked. The Super Heavy booster will be caught with “load points just below the grid fins” and “shock absorption is built into tower arms.

    Since tower is ground side, it can use a lot more mass to arrest booster downward momentum,” he described in April.

    While true, catching Super Heavy by its grid fins would likely demand that control surfaces and the structures they attach to be substantially overbuilt – especially if Musk means that the crane arm mechanism would be able to catch anywhere along the deployed fins’ 7m (23 ft) length.

    Even more importantly, it seems extraordinarily unlikely that such a complex and unproven recovery method could be made to work reliably on the first one or several tries, implying that early boosters will still need some kind of rudimentary landing legs.
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    But first, If you're new to our channel, a sincere welcome from the Great SpaceX team. Make sure you subscribe to the channel and turn on the notification feature so you won't miss any of SpaceX's latest news on our channel.
    Go ahead and grab your favorite drink and let’s simmer down on today’s episode!

    1. Well, we’re starting off this episode with major updates about Starship in Starbase.
    SpaceX has been very busy over the past few days.
    They're now in the final steps of assembling Mechazilla.
    On September 23, they did a complete installation of the Quick Disconnect extension. SpaceX workers have lifted the pincher into place. Frankencrane, the rainbow-colored Liebherr 11350 monster was utilized for lifting the piece to a height of approximately 65 meters, where it was attached to the quick disconnect arm.
    Importantly, the QD arm's part of the Mechazilla system, and it will have two tasks. Stabilize the stack with the pincher and, according to Musk, fuel the Starship upper stage.
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  • Booster Forward Section Stacked | SpaceX Boca Chica

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    1:50 - Booster Forward Section Preparing to be Stacked
    2:37 - Work on the Ground Fabrication Building Addition
    3:30 - Crews Work on High Bay Rooftop Bar
    3:56 - Booster Grid Fin (Foreground) and Ship 21's Barrel Section (Background)
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    7:05 - Booster Thrust Simulator Stand
    7:31 - Booster Forward Section Stacked in Mid Bay
    7:58 - Stairs Built at the Propellant Production Site
    8:25 - The Final Cryo Shells // These will cover GSE Tanks 2 and 8
    8:55 - The Orbital Launch Mount
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    12:57 - The Quick Disconnect (QD) arm // This will provide propellant to Starship and stabilize the stack
    13:57 - Crews Work on Booster 4
    16:13 - Crane Basket Above the Orbital Tank Farm // This allows crews to reach areas hard to access by regular aerial work platforms
    16:58 - The Chopsticks and Carriage // The Chopsticks, used for catching and lifting, will be attached to the Carriage
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  • NEW INCREDIBLE DESIGN Of SpaceX’s Starship!

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    According to CEO Elon Musk, SpaceX is ramping up its Starship spacecraft project. Musk teased an irresistible look of a SpaceX test of the hexagonal heat shield tiles that will protect its Starship spaceship when it reenters the Earth's atmosphere in a series of tweets. SpaceX is developing Starship and its Super Heavy rocket for deep-space missions to the moon and Mars.

    Today we'll be taking a look at the New Starship design that changes everything! So make sure to stay till the end of the video and get your minds blown away by the world's tallest and most powerful rocket ever made!

    Elon Musk has a Starship, and he hopes to use it to help SpaceX visit other planets one day. On the 11th anniversary of SpaceX's first successful orbital launch, the Falcon 1, Musk laid out his plan for interplanetary travel while standing behind a towering Starship Mk1, a prototype for the company's actual reusable launch vehicle, at the company's South Texas test site. According to him, the new Starship and it's Super Heavy rocket will be capable of transporting up to 100 passengers to the moon, Mars, or other locations in space or around Earth. It will be 387 feet tall, totally reusable, and have rapid turnaround times. This rocket will take Yusaku Maezawa, a Japanese millionaire, and a group of artists on a voyage around the moon in the 2020s. In 2018, SpaceX announced the scheduled space tourist trip but did not say how much Maezawa paid. Since its inception in 2002, Musk has stated that the primary purpose of SpaceX has been to assist humanity in becoming a multi-planet species. Reusable Falcon 9 and Falcon Heavy rockets and reusable Dragon cargo capsules, and a new Crew Dragon ship for astronauts have all been created by SpaceX. It has launchpads in Florida, California, and, most recently, Boca Chica, where it broke ground on its test site in 2014. But, as Musk has stated, Mars remains the primary goal.

    Three years after Musk initially revealed the Starship concept to the world in September 2016 at the International Astronautical Union meeting in Mexico, the idea has gone through a kind of rocket metamorphosis. Musk revealed what he named the Interplanetary Transport System, or ITS, for Mars colonisation at that summit. When completed, the ITS called for a fully reusable spaceship (with two fins) and launcher that would stand 400 feet tall. The first stage would include 42 Raptor engines from the next generation, and the booster would be 40 feet wide. There would be nine Raptors on the spacecraft. The first stage of SpaceX's Falcon 9 rockets has nine Merlin engines. The early stages of the Falcon Heavy include 27 Merlins. In 2017, Musk revised the design and dubbed it the Big Falcon Rocket, or BFR for short. The launch mechanism would be 348 feet tall and 30 feet wide, according to the plan. The spaceship atop it would have six Raptor engines, while the booster would have 31.
    Then, in 2018, Musk revealed yet another design: a sleek, stainless-steel spacecraft with three tail fins that would be 387 feet taller than its 2017 predecessor. Six Raptor engines would still power the ship, with up to 37 Raptors powering the rocket (now called Super Heavy). According to Musk, the switch from a lightweight but pricey carbon fibre composite material to 301 stainless steel was a watershed moment. Steel becomes stronger as it cools, making it ideal for trips into the frigid depths of space. It also has a greater melting point, allowing it to withstand the scorching reentry through Earth's atmosphere. It's also a lot less expensive, costing roughly 2% of the price of carbon fibre. This most recent design has remained unchanged to this day; SpaceX is still aiming for a 387-foot-tall Starship-Super Heavy stack with six Raptors on board. The number of engines on Super Heavy could vary from mission to mission; Musk said the rocket could hold up to 37 Raptors, but each task will likely need at least 24.

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