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  • The evolution of SpaceXs Starship

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    Elon Musk's rocket company first began developing working prototypes of the Starship rocket in early 2019 at Boca Chica, Texas. The goal is to build a fully functional reusable rocket that can one day journey to the Moon and Mars. Check out our supercut of the many iterations of Starship up to the latest successful launch and landing of SN15.

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    1:00 Starship SN5
    1:58 Starship SN6
    2:51 Starship SN8
    4:49 Starship SN9
    6:23 Starship SN10
    8:02 Starship SN11
    8:21 Starship SN15

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  • The Complete Evolution Of SpaceX Starship | Starship History : 2007-2020

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    The Complete History of Starship in under 8 minutes.

    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.

    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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  • SpaceX Starship Test History ; Starhopper to SN-11

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    Here is a fun look at what SpaceX has been up to at their Starbase facility in south Texas. This is an animation of every major test article SpaceX has used to develop the Starship spacecraft which will be used to revolutionize space travel and help move humans to Mars. The speed at which SpaceX has developed Starship has been incredible to watch and they continue to amaze and inspire us all!

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  • The Evolution Of SpaceX Starship | Starship Test History : 2019-2021 SN1 To SN15

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    Elon Musk's rocket company first began developing working prototypes of the Starship rocket in early 2019 at Boca Chica, Texas. The goal is to build a fully functional reusable rocket that can one day journey to the Moon and Mars. Check out our supercut of the many iterations of Starship up to the latest successful launch and landing of SN15.

    埃隆·马斯克(Elon Musk)的火箭公司于2019年初开始在德克萨斯州博卡奇卡(Boca Chica)开发星际飞船火箭的工作原型。 目标是制造一种功能齐全的可重复使用的火箭,该火箭被用于前往月球和火星。 SpaceX对Starship进行多次迭代,直到SN15的最新成功发射和降落。

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    04:51 Starhopper
    06:06 Starship SN1
    07:38 Starship SN3
    08:11 Starship SN4
    09:10 Starship SN5
    10:16 Starship SN6
    11:23 Starship SN8
    13:36 Starship SN9
    15:25 Starship SN10
    17:30 Starship SN11
    19:47 Starship SN15
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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.

  • Whats Inside The SpaceX Starship?

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    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.

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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 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.

    NOTE: Some aspects of this animation are inaccurate or out of date. During the production many new pieces of information were revealed that weren't known at the time certain scenes were animated.

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  • Watch SpaceX Starship SN10 launch and stick landing!

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    After a failed attempt earlier in the day, the SpaceX team successfully launches and lands the Starship SN10 rocket in Boca Chica, Texas. A little while later, the SN10 rocket did indeed explode on the landing pad.

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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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  • The Complete Evolution Of SpaceX Raptor Engine - Part 2 | Starship Engineering Series

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    The 11 Year Developmental History of SpaceX Raptor Engine Explained.

    Raptor is a next-generation liquid rocket engine developed by SpaceX to power the company’s Mars rocket Starship and Booster Superheavy. Combined, these vast machines are designed to take up to 100 people into space, possibly to the Moon and Mars, with a tentative launch of humans around the Moon planned in 2023.
    This video deals with the 11 Year Developmental History of the SpaceX Raptor Engine.

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    01:02 2009: The Raptor Announced
    01:57 2010: The Raptor Initial Design
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    04:06 2013-2015: Engine Components Design & Tests
    05:12 2016-2018: Prototype Design & Tests
    05:59 2019: Flight Version Development & First Flight Test
    07:20 2020: The Raptor Set A New World Record
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  • SpaceX Starship SN10 Flight Reaction & Explosion

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    On Wednesday, March 3, SpaceX's Starship serial number (SN10) successfully completed the third high-altitude flight test of a Starship prototype from the SpaceX 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. All in all a great day for the Starship teams – these test flights are all about improving their 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.

    Congratulations to the entire Starship and SpaceX teams on the flight test!

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  • The Latest SpaceX Starship Prototype

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    SpaceX is gearing up for the launch of its next Starship prototype, SN11. So will this latest launch land successfully?
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    The late great Stephen Hawking believed that for humanity to survive, we need to expand our reach and settle on other worlds within the next century. Elon Musk, the billionaire and serial entrepreneur behind SpaceX, thinks that’s not soon enough, and has the ambitious goal of sending 1 million people to Mars by 2050. This week the craft that may carry humanity to their next great leap took a 15 kilometer jump.

    The craft in question is Starship, and for the last two years prototypes have slowly taken shape in Boca Chica, Texas. Well, taken shape might be the wrong word; four of them have lost their shape due to exploding. Or imploding. A lot of ‘ploding going on down there in Boca Chica.

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    STARSHIP SN10 HIGH-ALTITUDE FLIGHT TEST

    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.

    SpaceX’s Starship has finally stuck the landing on its third high-altitude flight

    On March 3, SpaceX’s Starship pulled off a successful high-altitude flight—its third in a row. Unlike in the first two missions, the spacecraft stuck the landing. Then, as in the last two, the spacecraft blew up.

    SpaceX lands Starship prototype for the first time — and then it blows up

    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.
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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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  • SpaceX Starship Mechazilla Awakens for the first time! Ready for the big launch?

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  • SpaceX Starship SHIP 20 Fire RVacs Engine For The First Time!

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    SpaceX Starship SHIP 20 Fire Rvacs Engine For The First Time!

    After weeks of exceptionally cautious buildup, SpaceX’s first orbital-class Starship prototype has repeatedly broken new ground tests, in the first few hours of its first static fire test window. SpaceX first installed Starship S20 on one of two suborbital launch, and test stands more than two months ago.

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    After almost six weeks of largely invisible work, longer than any other new Starship prototype has spent inactive, at Starbase launch facilities, Ship 20 came to life for the first time during a ‘pneumatic proof’ test completed on September 27th.

    Following a preburner test earlier in the week, the R Vac engine fired up for the first time on a Starship. Then, it fired up again, this time accompanied by a sea-level Raptor ignition, later in the evening.

    Ship 20 has been the main focus of attention, following the expected ground testing path of ensuring the Ship, was ready for its big day ahead of the Super Heavy booster.

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    A cryo cycle with the Raptor Vaccum engine preburner test, and Thursday’s double Static Fire event – the data gathered will provide, modeling for what can be expected from the conditions and vibrations pre-launch.

    However, the TPS’s performance during flight and re-entry, will be a key aspect of the test flight objectives. The most significant milestone of the week’s testing on Ship 20, was the first ignition of R Vac at Starbase.

    Before Thursday night’s firing, RVacs had only ever ignited on the test stands at SpaceX’s test facility in McGregor. Raptor vacuum-optimized Raptor engine, known as 'R-Vac,' that is designed for propulsion in space.

    The stainless-steel spacecraft prototype is currently equipped with two engines, an R-Vac and a sea-level Raptor designed for atmospheric flight.

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  • The Evolution of SpaceX Starship

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  • The evolution of SpaceXs Starship

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    Elon Musk's rocket company first began developing working prototypes of the Starship rocket in early 2019 at Boca Chica, Texas. The goal is to build a fully functional reusable rocket that can one day journey to the Moon and Mars. Check out our supercut of the many iterations of Starship up to the latest successful launch and landing of SN15.

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    1:00 Starship SN5
    1:58 Starship SN6
    2:51 Starship SN8
    4:49 Starship SN9
    6:23 Starship SN10
    8:02 Starship SN11
    8:21 Starship SN15

  • SpaceX Starship timeline ft. Elons tweets

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  • Evolution of SpaceX Starship

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    SpaceX continues to evolve Starship to send the first humans to Mars in 2026!

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  • SpaceX Starship Evolution: SN1 To SN15 **HISTORY HAPPENED ????**

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    In this video, I'll show you the evolution of Spacex Starships. Finally it landed. Congrats to Elon and all of the team. ????

  • SpaceX Starship Evolution: SN1 To SN9

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  • The Evolution of SpaceX’s Starship from SN1 to SN20

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    The Evolution of SpaceX’s Starship Explained: From the MCT and Starhopper to SN20.

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    SpaceX has had quite a few revisions of their two-stage reusable launch vehicle prototype, alongside quite a few name changes. From the Mars Colonial Transport to the Starhopper prototype to the SN naming, Starship has evolved quite a bit.

    This video will cover a general outline of the evolution behind SpaceX's Starship.

    In 2012, Elon Musk was floating an idea for a Mars Colonial Transport, which would transport colonists to Mars as the name implies. While the concept continued, the name quickly changed, as Musk believed SpaceX's vision could go further.

    Welcome to the Interplanetary Transport System, or ITS, which Musk unveiled in 2016. The new name faced a new design, which, when revealed in 2017, noted 40 crew cabins with a total capacity of 100 people. However, that design was short-lived when Musk announced a new revision the year later, which now sported three rear fins and two front fins.

    Alongside a new revision came a new name two months later: Starship (and the Super Heavy booster). Nonetheless, with the vehicle having an official name for the upper and booster stages of SpaceX's design, Musk went into a complete overhaul of the ship's previous specs.

    What started with the Starhopper, quickly moved to the Starship MK1 and MK2 before finally renaming the MK3 to be called SN1.

    SN1 began testing in January 2020, with the intentional destruction of tanks during pressurization tests. While the vehicle's first test made it to a pressure of 7.1 bar, the second hit 7.5 bar, and the third hit 8.5 bar. Starship tanks were deemed safe for human flight with these tests, having reached 1.4 times the mandated safety pressure.

    Now with flight-ready tanks, SpaceX began stacking SN1's parts in February 2020, before the vehicle's cryogenic pressurization test destroyed the prototype.

    In the meantime, SpaceX went back to the drawing board with SN3 and 4, designed for short flights and longer flights, respectively. Unfortunately, SN3 crushed itself on April 3rd, 2020, after a configuration error caused nitrogen reserves to leak and the methane tanks to destroy the vehicle.

    SN4 lasted until May 29th, when a static fire test caused the prototype to explode after a quick disconnect failed. Ironically, SN4 survived a methane fuel-powered fire ten days earlier before exploding from the fire test.
    Musk and SpaceX got back to work with total developmental forces focused on SN5 and SN6, centering on fixing Starship's past weaknesses. And, it worked.SN5 faced a successful static fire test on July 30th, with a 150-meter flight successfully occurring on August 4th. Thus, SN5 served as SpaceX's first official Starship flight if you don't consider Starhopper's quite different design. Nonetheless, this was a huge moment. SN5 was proof that SpaceX can put a Starship into space, even if the test flight only went up 150 meters.

    Since then, SpaceX has continued on with even more Starship SN rockets, which now leads us to today where SpaceX is preparing SN20 for their first orbital space flight for Starship.

    According to current SpaceX plans, SN20 will enter the upper atmosphere, accelerate to orbital velocity, test body flaps, altitude control, and the heat shield as the ship re-enters our atmosphere at hypersonic speeds.

    So, with that all this in mind, do you think SN20 will make it deeper in the history books than it already is? How do you feel about SpaceX's progress within just the last two years? Let us know in the comments down below!

  • SpaceX Starship Compilation | SN1 To SN10

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  • The evolution of SpaceXs Starship

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    Elon Musk's rocket company first began developing working prototypes of the Starship rocket in early 2019 at Boca Chica, Texas. The goal is to build a fully functional reusable rocket that can one day journey to the Moon and Mars. Check out our supercut of the many iterations of Starship up to the latest successful launch and landing of SN15.

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    1:00 Starship SN5
    1:58 Starship SN6
    2:51 Starship SN8
    4:49 Starship SN9
    6:23 Starship SN10
    8:02 Starship SN11
    8:21 Starship SN15

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  • The Evolution of SpaceXs Starship Flight Tests and its Future

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    Elon Musk's rocket company first began developing working prototypes of the Starship rocket in early 2019 at Boca Chica, Texas. The goal is to build a fully functional reusable rocket that can one day journey to the Moon and Mars.

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  • SpaceX Starship Evolution and All the Explosions || SN1 to SN15

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    Elon Musk's rocket company SpaceX began developing prototypes of the Starship rocket in early 2019 at Boca Chica, Texas. Here's the compilation of the all explosions for your convenience!

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  • SpaceX Starship Landing Failure & Success, SN1 to SN15, SN1~SN15

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  • SpaceX Starship Compilation || SN1 To SN8

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    Launch Dates :-
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    SN2 - 7.March.2020
    SN3 - 29.March.2020
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    SN7 - 13.June.2020
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  • Starship landing compilation || SN8, SN9, SN10 ||

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    Then it shut down its engine and belly-flopped back to the landing pad, successfully relit 2 of its engines, and performed a bellyflop to tail-down maneuver, before losing pressure in the fuel header tank, causing it to lose its engines and crash down faster than survivable, although right on target.

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  • Why does the SpaceX Starship keep EXPLODING?

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    SpaceX wants to build the biggest rocket ever made, but launching (and landing) the Starship has been tough work. Here's how SpaceX is breaking now ground... quite literally.

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  • SpaceXs Starship prototype explodes on landing

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    The latest prototype of SpaceX's next-generation Starship rocket launched successfully on Tuesday but exploded on impact during an attempted landing. Starship prototype Serial Number 9, or SN9, aimed to fly as high as 10 kilometres, or about 32,800 feet altitude. While the rocket flew successfully, it hit the ground explosively on its return, just as the SN8 flight did in December.

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  • SpaceX Starship Landing Comparison SN8 | SN9 | SN10

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    SpaceX Starship Landing Comparison SN8 | SN9 | SN10

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  • SpaceX Unleashed - Every Falcon 1, Falcon 9, Falcon Heavy, and Starship Launch

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    Rocket through SpaceX history from 2006 to 2021, with footage from every launch from the first Falcon 1, through the Falcon 9, Dragon, Falcon Heavy, and Crew Dragon, up to SN15, the first Starship prototype to successfully take off and land in one piece (without exploding soon after).

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    3:33 2020 | DEMO-2 | Starship SN6-SN8 | Crew-1
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  • SpaceX Starship Evolution: SN1 To SN11

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  • Why does the SpaceX Starship keep EXPLODING?

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    Why does the SpaceX Starship keep EXPLODING?
    Nowadays, we are listening to a lot about going to space, colonizing mars, but how will we do that when the SpaceX starship that was once assured to take us to mars keeps on exploding every time it is launched?
    In today's video, we are going to talk about everything related to the interiors of Starship and why it always explodes. Are you ready to go on an amazing journey to discover the answers to all your questions related to the SpaceX Starship? If yes, stay with us till the end of this video.

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  • NASA Does SHOCKING DISCOVERY on SpaceX Starship Launchpad!

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    NASA Does SHOCKING DISCOVERY on SpaceX Starship Launchpad!Small The seaside launch complex, which SpaceX leased from NASA in 2014, is the only operational U.S. launch pad for astronaut missions to orbit. It's also the only launch pad currently outfitted to launch SpaceX's Falcon Heavy rocket, created by combining three Falcon 9 rocket cores to boost heavier payloads into space

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    The SpaceX Starship is a mammoth — clocking in at a whopping 120 meters in height with a weight of 5,000 tons when holding a max payload, it is objectively huge.

    According to SpaceX CEO Elon Musk's 2016 Starship proposal, the vehicle will carry upwards of 100 people per flight, with eventual plans to carry up to 200 people. That's incredible, especially considering that a capacity of 200 people puts Starship on par with what some Amtrak trains can carry. Of course, that's a unique comparison, but it's an accurate one.
    While Starship is not yet in its final form, the ship is nonetheless about the same size it'll be when fully completed.

    But what exactly does SpaceX plan to do with all the space? I mean, you can throw some satellites in there for a few Starlink launches or sell some space to companies, but what about people? What can Starship pack in for the 100 to 200 people SpaceX plans to inevitably bring on board?
    That's what we're here to find out. So, without further ado, today we will be uncovering the layout of Starship interiors needed to support life.

    On Starship's official 'Users Guide,' SpaceX mentions that the 'crew' configuration of Starship includes:
    • Private cabins,
    • Large common areas,
    • Centralized storage,
    • Solar storm shelters,
    • And a viewing gallery.

    Out of that small section alone, there's quite a bit of helpful information. Most importantly, SpaceX will have a dedicated 'crew configuration' of Starship.

    That means that things can be much crazier than previously anticipated. For example, think about storing 100 people aboard a spaceship where everything is built for people versus one where half the space is packed with commercial items. I mean, the payload volume alone is a whopping 1,100 cubic meters. The passenger interior volume for a Boeing 747-400 is 876 cubic meters. With 450 seats.

    While to many at first, it might have seemed ridiculous to suggest that Starship could take between 100 and 200 people to space, it's much easier to see how easily this could be accomplished. But, of course, that also includes SpaceX's mini-laundry list of various rooms and configuration changes, starting with private cabins.

  • SN9, SN10, SN11: Evolution of Spacex Starship

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    SN9, SN10, SN11:The Complete History, Timeline and evolution of SpaceX Starship (part 3 )

    The SN8 launch was wonderful except for the landing party, which ended in a crashed.
    On December 22, SN9 arrived at the launch site and was mounted on Suborbital Pad B, following a cryogenic evidence test.
    Under those rules, humanity will never get to Mars.After battling the FAA for approval to launch for days, SN9 completed a 10-kilometer flight test on February 2, 2021.
    Similar to SN8, the ascent, engine cutoffs, reorientation, and balanced descent were all stable, but only one Raptor engine fired during the landing, causing the vehicle to lose control and crash into the landing pad.
    Following the failure of SN9 due to a Raptor engine ignition problem, Musk announced that future missions will use all three Raptors instead of only two to perform the belly flop landing sequence.
    A successful launch with ascent, engine cutoffs, flip maneuver, descent, flap control, and landing burst was achieved on the day's second attempt.
    SN10 became the first Starship prototype to land intact after a high-altitude test after taking the same flight path as SN8 and SN9.
    One day, the true measure of success will be that Starship flights are commonplace. For a flight intended to collect critical data for future attempts, the launch was considered a win for SpaceX and Elon Musk.
    However, unlike the launch of the SN8 and SN9 Starships, there was no readily accessible next-in-line spacecraft for SpaceX to test and fly soon.
    SN11 is the fourth major Starship flight test to end in such a manner, but it is the first to end in a mid-flight explosion, which is even more concerning.
    Despite the failure, SpaceX is known for its persistence, and the SN15, the next Starship prototype, has already been completed.
    Instead, it flew directly to the SN15, which SpaceX CEO Elon Musk claims have enhanced capabilities and will be the company's best chance at landing.
    After the explosion of SN11, Musk tweeted 'SN15 rolls to launch pad in a few days.
    Raptor engines are also being fitted to the Starship prototype SN15.
    The next big flight test of Elon Musk's Mars-bound Starship SN15 will probably take place next week.


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  • British Guy Reacts to SpaceX Starship SN10 | Flight Altitude Test

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    British Guy Reacts to SpaceX Starship SN10 | Flight Altitude Test (AND EXPLOSION)

    In this video The British Guy (AKA Mr H and friends) Reacts to SpaceX Starship SN10 | Flight Altitude Test(AND EXPLOSION) - following on from the previous SN9 Starship Test Fight Altitude Test, the SpaceX Team are again attempting a Starship Test Flight !

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    SpaceX's latest Starship prototype went out in a blaze of glory.

    The Starship SN10 spacecraft touched down successfully after a high-altitude test flight today (March 3), a major milestone for the company and its crewed Mars ambitions. But the vehicle didn't manage to hold itself together, exploding about eight minutes after landing.

    The big stainless-steel SN10 (short for Serial No. 10) launched from SpaceX's South Texas site at 6:15 p.m. EST (2315 GMT), rose 6.2 miles (10 kilometers) into the sky and then came back to Earth for a smooth touchdown 6 minutes and 20 seconds after liftoff.

    SpaceX's Starship SN10 rocket prototype launched on a 6.2-mile (10 kilometers) test flight and nailed its landing at the company's test site near Boca Chica Village in South Texas on March 3, 2021.

    SpaceX's Starship SN10 rocket prototype explodes after a successful liftoff and soft landing at the company's South Texas launch site on March 3, 2021. This view was provided by SPadre.com.

    SpaceX's Starship SN10 rocket prototype explodes after a successful liftoff and soft landing at the company's South Texas launch site on March 3, 2021. This view was provided by SPadre.com. (Image credit: Spadre.com via YouTube)
    It was the third high-altitude test flight for a Starship vehicle but the first to feature a successful landing. SN10's two immediate predecessors, SN8 and SN9, flew well during their jaunts — on Dec. 9, 2020 and Feb. 2 of this year, respectively — but both hit the ground hard and ended up in pieces.

    Third time's a charm, as the saying goes, SpaceX principal integration engineer John Insprucker said during SpaceX's launch webcast today. We've had a successful soft touchdown on the landing pad that’s capping a beautiful test flight of Starship 10.

    But that wasn't the end of the story. Some flames were visible near SN10's base shortly after landing, and that was a sign of things to come: the vehicle exploded on the landing pad at about 6:30 p.m. EST (2330 GMT), rising up and crashing down again in a huge fireball.

    SpaceX is developing Starship to get people and payloads to the moon, Mars and other distant destinations, and to fly any other missions the company requires. Indeed, SpaceX plans to eventually phase out its other flight hardware — the Falcon 9 and Falcon Heavy rockets and Dragon cargo and crew capsules — and let Starship shoulder the entire load, company founder and CEO Elon Musk has said.

    Starship consists of two elements: a 165-foot-tall (50 meters) spacecraft called Starship and a giant rocket known as Super Heavy, both of which are designed to be fully and rapidly reusable. Both will be powered by SpaceX's next-generation Raptor engine — six for Starship and about 30 for Super Heavy, Musk has said.

    The final Starship will be brawny enough to get itself off the moon and Mars, but it will need Super Heavy's help to get off our much more massive Earth. After launching Starship to Earth orbit, the huge booster will come back down to Earth for a vertical landing, as Falcon 9 and Falcon Heavy first stages already do.

    Musk believes that Starship's combination of rapid reusability and power — the system will be able to loft more than 110 tons (100 metric tons) to low Earth orbit, according to its SpaceX specifications page — is the breakthrough that will make ambitious feats such as Mars settlement economically feasible. And Mars settlement is Musk's driving ambition; he has repeatedly said that he founded SpaceX in 2002 primarily to help humanity become a multiplanet species.

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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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  • See Why SpaceX Starship Is The Best Aircraft Ever Made

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    SpaceX starship aircraft is one of the things everyone is talking nowadays, elon Musk is always thinking on how to improve their starships and this is not an exception, but stay until the end so you can see why spaceX starship is the best aircraft ever made, this will blow your mind

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  • SpaceX Starship prepares for flight, SpaceX and NASA make history with Crew 1

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