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  • SpaceX Starship SN10 soars, lands for first time!


    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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  • Radio Controlled SpaceX Starship Belly Flop


    I started my own Starship program because I was tired of waiting to see SpaceX's high-altitude SN8 flight test. This radio controlled Starship has complete control surface actuation like the real thing and can takeoff, hover, and do the elusive belly flop maneuver.

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  • Starship | SN8 | High-Altitude Flight Recap


    On December 9, 2020, Starship serial number 8 (SN8) completed a high-altitude flight test as it successfully ascended, transitioned propellant, and demonstrated a first-of-its-kind controlled aerodynamic descent and landing flip maneuver – which will enable landing where prepared surfaces or runways do not exist, including the Moon, Mars, and beyond.

  • I lost my mind watching the launch and explosion of Starship SN8!


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    On December 9th, 2020, SpaceX conducted a test of their Starship SN8 prototype in Boca Chica, Texas outside of Brownsville. Despite very low expectations, it successfully lifted off, completed 2 planned engine shutdowns and reached its planned apogee of 12.5km.

    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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    00:15 - Ignition & Liftoff!
    01:55 - Engine Shutdown 1
    03:25 - Engine Shutdown 2
    04:53 - MECO - Bellyflop
    06:45 - Engine Relight & Flip Maneuver
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  • Watch SpaceX Starship SN10 launch and stick landing!


    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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  • How Will SpaceXs Starship Land? Elon Musk Explains Design


    SpaceX's CEO and founder Elon Musk talks about the design of Starship and how it will land. Story: Elon Musk Unveils SpaceX's New Starship Plans for Private Trips to the Moon, Mars and Beyond:

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  • Why SpaceX’s Starship will fall like a skydiver and not fly like an airplane


    Ever since SpaceX tweeted this photo on September 13th, 2018, a lot of people fear the BFR is slowly turning into the space shuttle. Quoting ever growing wings and a giant heat shield covering the belly of the ship… so how is this any different than the Space Shuttle?

    Today we’ll to cover three topics. First, we’ll compare the reentry of the space shuttle to the reentry of the BFS and show how they differ. Then we’ll explain what control surfaces allow the BFS to perform this reentry, and then we’ll compare the thermal protection systems of the Shuttle and the BFS.

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  • Why does the SpaceX Starship keep EXPLODING?


    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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  • Why does Starship only have 2 rear fins?!


    We’re less than a week away from this year’s Starship update from Elon Musk. And before the party gets started, we’re already catching some major changes happening before our eyes.

    The most obvious change is the fact that Starship only has two finny / flappy / airbrakey things instead of three. Now the previous version touted just last year at the DearMoon event showed Starship sporting 3 fins that were also its landing legs.

    So now that we’re seeing only two, the question has come up, why? Why two?

    So today we’re going to do a really quick rundown on why two might be better than three, show you some potential problems with three fins, and then we’ll show you exactly how they’ll control their reentry and landing with just 2 rear fins.


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  • Starship SN8 20km Hop and Belly Flop


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  • SpaceX Starship SN8 15km Flight And Belly Flop Maneuver Explained!


    SpaceX Starship SN8 has completed the first round of testing and has completed one static fire already. Now, it is preparing for the second round of testing. Once, done SpaceX Starship SN8 will liftoff for its first 15km flight.

    One important part of the flight includes the 'belly flop maneuver.' Here when the Starship reaches its highest point, it will flip 90° on its belly and glide down to the landing pad. A lot can go wrong for the SpaceX's Starship SN8, but, excitement is guaranteed!

    If successful, SpaceX Starship will be the first fully developed rocket ever developed.


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  • SpaceXs Starship Prototype Takes To The Skies And Returns Safely


    After A week of preparation the latest Starship Prototype SN15 successfully demonstrated the complete landing maneuver required for Starship to operate. The flight was mostly hidden behind a layer of clouds which blocked cameras on the ground, and because the onboard cameras weren't delivering video data as expected.
    However after a flight to 10 kilometers and a descent in a high drag belly flop orientation the vehicle relit its engines, returned to the vertical and carefully came to a stop on the landing pad.

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  • Starship SN-8 12.5km Hop | Common Misconceptions Explained | Flight Breakdown


    1:59 Launch
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  • Stainless steel-ஆல் ஆன SpaceX Mars Rocket | Starship - Bellyflop Maneuver | LMES


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    SpaceX's Starship project is one of the most ambitious projects which is set to carry 100 people to Mars in the year 2026. And this Starship Rocket body is completely made up of stainless steel alloy and its landing method is named Bellyflop Maneuver which is completely different from other SpaceX Rockets. Sounds Interesting! watch the full video to know more about it.

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  • Why does Elon Musk’s SpaceX Starship Belly Flop?


    Starship’s Belly Flop landing is a very unique way of landing the rocket. The landing begins by first switching off the engine, falling from the sky - belly first (or in horizontal position), this is supposed to decrease the velocity as much as possible, then swinging back to a vertical position, lighting the two raptor engines and land the tail down on it’s landing legs. This is much like a skydiver uses their arms and legs to control a free-fall. When a skydiver falls belly first, they have the most drag on their body as possible, which means their terminal velocity is at a minimum. If they were to flip to their feet or head first, there would be much less surface area for the air to push against the skydiver. Similarly, Starship can also control its terminal velocity. Think of the flaps as a skydiver’s arms and legs. If the flaps are more extended, the drag on the vehicle will increase and if they are folded in, the drag will decrease, thus making the terminal velocity faster.

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    00:00 How does Starship Belly Flop?
    01:02 Why do we care about Terminal Velocity?
    01:27 Why not return like a Falcon First Stage vertically?
    01:54 Aerobraking is much better than Propulsive Braking
    04:19 Starship is more comparable to Space Shuttle
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  • Starship SN8 Bellyflop Maneuver & Rapid Unscheduled Disassembly


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  • How SpaceX Falls - Starship Reentry Explained


    SpaceX are experts at using the atmosphere to help control their wonderful contraptions make pinpoint landings. We're taking a look at how they use grid fins the land their boosters like Falcon 9, Falcon Heavy and their upcoming Super Heavy. Then we'll contrast that with how their Starship (Formerly BFR) will tackle the atmosphere during reentry at Earth or entry at Mars by utilising differential drag by moving it's lower fins and upper canards.

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  • Why Starship flips & land, instead of vertical landing?


    Why all spacex Starship rockets do signature move of horizontal to vertical flip and then land .
    Starship SN-8,SN-9,SN-10, SN-11 all are trying to perfect this move .

    0:23 Easily achieve Lower terminal velocity for Starship
    1:27 Less fuel and more payload for starship
    2:20 Better heat management for starship
    3:05 Space trying to perfect flip-landing for SN-8, SN-9, SN-10, SN-11

    Ever wondered why does spacex use the horizontal then flip landing maneuver for starship rather than landing vertical like they do with a very high success rate with the Falcon 9s?
    When a falcon-9 does a traditional vertical landing it exposes much less surface area, compared to a starship falling on it’s belly.
    So, by falling on its belly, a starship rockets have a lower terminal velocity, slows down more easily.
    Now starship could, in theory anyway, perform a deorbit burn over the landing site, and slow down with more fuel burning thrust in the atmosphere and land much like Falcon 9.
    So instead, spacex want to use the starship's air-drag in the atmosphere to do most of this slowing , save fuel and carry more payload instead.
    Spacex sees real potential in this horizontal gliding and then flip maneuver landing. Ultimately it is all about the most efficient way to get starship back while providing the most amount of payload capability. But, spacex is yet to master this maneuver completely. The main problem with that rapid reorientation prior to landing is- it causes fuel to slosh around in the almost-empty tanks, making it hard to feed that fuel to the engines reliably. In SN-8 this caused lower pressure in methane header tank- causing the Rapid unscheduled disassembly. In SN-10 they tried to solve this by adding helium pressure in the header tank. So the engine started to consume that helium. This resulted in reducing the thrust and leading to the violent landing. But, spacex has brought several changes in SN-10 to solve this. This, flip landing maneuver is a very tricky engineering job. But, the way things are progressing sooner or later spacex will be able to solve this.

    If they are successful in sticking the landing after this flip maneuver- it will make starship rockets cost less, carry more payload and be more heat-resistant .
    That is the vision behind the flip landing move of starship.

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  • Space X Starship Belly Flop and crash


    On Wednesday, December 9, Starship serial number 8 (SN8) lifted off from our Cameron County launch pad and successfully ascended, transitioned propellant, and performed its landing flip maneuver with precise flap control to reach its landing point. Low pressure in the fuel header tank during the landing burn led to high touchdown velocity resulting in a hard (and exciting!) landing.

  • SpaceX Starship - How landing works #shorts


    SpaceX Starship - How landing works

    The SpaceX starship launches vertically like other rockets. The booster separates from the cargo or manned module on its way to orbit or deep space. But the SpaceX rockets and Starship system are unusual, because they are the first reusable orbital system. This is only possible because the Starship boosters and the Starship itself can return to Earth intact. When the payload capsule is released, the stubby grid fins on the booster rocket allow it to belly flop and aerobrake as it returns toward the landing platform. The boostback burn of the rockets slows it down on its descent. These boosters then help the rocket to right itself and land vertically on the platform. The rockets have four landing legs that extend to cushion the landing. The rocket’s thrusters are controlled by the onboard computer. It was the process of righting itself and landing that caused many of the initial explosions of the Starship rocket prototypes. The process is the same for the cargo or crewed versions of the Starship.

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  • Starship SN10 4k, Clean Audio & Slow Mo Supercut


    SpaceX tested another Starship prototype, SN10, to an altitude of 10 km in order to practice its daring belly flop to tail down landing maneuver. This time the flip was successful utilizing 3 raptor engines, then shutting two down for the final landing exactly as planned. Unfortunately 3 of the 6 landing legs didn't successfully deployed (as you can see in our footage), alongside a fairly high landing velocity, resulting in an explosion 8 minutes after touching down.

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    00:00 - Realtime Recut with Sync'd Audio
    00:15 - Lift Off
    02:25 - Engine Shut Down 1
    03:25 - Engine Shut Down 2
    04:30 - Belly Flop
    06:12 - Re-light / Flip
    06:30 - Touchdown
    07:10 - Explosion [Realtime]
    07:40 - Slow Mo Shots
    10:00 - Belly Flop
    12:23 - Landing
    17:14 - Explosion [Slow Mo]


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  • Starship Bellyflop | KSP #shorts


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  • SpaceX Starship imminent flight to 15km, Bellyflop and Land


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  • StarShip SN8 High Altitude | Belly Flop Maneuver | Explosion


    StarShip SN8 first successful high-altitude flight ends up most amazing Explosion due to fuel header tank pressure to the Raptor Engines was low causing touchdown velocity to be higher.
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  • SpaceX Starship SN8: The Craziest Piece of Rocket Gymnastics



    SpaceX Starship SN8 has finally arrived at the launch site and is getting ready for its test flight. The SN8 will be launched with 3 Raptor engines on a test flight of 15km. This will be the first time in the Starships league that a vehicle will test the launch, return, and landing ability before getting launched into orbit in 2021.
    This video discusses the launch and landing sequences performed by SN8 during its 15km flight.

    00:00 SpaceX Starship
    01:25 Starship SN8 Basics
    02:23 Launch to 15km
    02:59 Why Belly Flop?
    03:47 How Belly Flop?
    04:24 Landing
    05:15 Elon Musks' Expectations

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    SpaceX: StarShip SN8 successful belly flop test and near landing

    Rip SN8 - what a way to go it made it on target to the landing pad but did not depoy it's legs and landed a bit hard and exploded

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  • SpaceX Starship SN9 & SN8 Flight Comparison ????


    Let's compare the high altitude test flight conducted by SpaceX's Starship prototypes SN8 and SN9.

    SN8 Apogee: 12.5km
    SN9 Apogee: 10km


    00:18 Liftoff
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    06:30 SN9 Landing
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  • Catching a SpaceX Starship from Belly Flop ; No Landing Burn!


    Here is a crazy idea I had after Elon Musk tweeted, Ideal scenario imo is catching Starship in horizontal glide with no landing burn, although that is quite a challenge for the tower...

    What I came up with is huge! This is just a nutty idea of mine and would probably never happen.

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