Starship | SN11 | High-Altitude Flight Test

30. mars. 2021
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As early as Tuesday, March 30, the SpaceX team will attempt a high-altitude flight test of Starship serial number 11 (SN11) - our fourth high-altitude flight test of a Starship prototype from Starbase in Texas. Similar to previous high-altitude flight tests of Starship, SN11 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. SN11 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. SN11’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 fourth high-altitude flight test of Starship!

Kommentarer
  • This is a dream ship, I wonder if it will have a luxury interior.

    sunahurasunahuraTime siden
  • Elon and the team have forgotten about the traditional champagne bottle smashing, that's what happen. GO SPACE X😍😍😍😍😂😂😂😂🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸☺☺☺☺☺☺☺

    sunahurasunahuraTime siden
  • 11:36 setup

    Patt sfsPatt sfs7 timer siden
  • Go Texas!!!!!

    Chris WalkerChris Walker15 timer siden
  • The SN 11 did land successfully

    Joe BantzJoe Bantz20 timer siden
    • Landed successfully in a few hundred pieces

      Jack WhitlockJack Whitlock5 timer siden
  • Hoang tien sy and pham van chung use read thinking machine to follow me to kill me

    Thị Trúc LâmThị Trúc Lâm22 timer siden
  • You guys got this 💪

    itz tiggzitz tiggzDag siden
  • Cacacacc caca canal

    Lucely AlbinoLucely AlbinoDag siden
  • I can't see...

    KiezerjiraKiezerjira2 dager siden
  • Is it alive? I know that you are testing, and this flight was again better than the other ones. But what happened at the landing? Did you manage it?

    Das KnochentrockenDas Knochentrocken2 dager siden
    • It exploded in mid air unfortunately during the landing burn.

      TimeProTimePro2 dager siden
  • Only testing

    Ajith KumarAjith Kumar2 dager siden
  • most inspiring thing in the last 50 years. Keep going forward! I love Space X!

    soiung toiuesoiung toiue3 dager siden
  • I will too become an elon musk and start up company like space X,because I am very very interested in astronomy.

    Banala VarshithBanala Varshith3 dager siden
  • How to cut waves of read thinking machine

    Biên PhạmBiên Phạm3 dager siden
  • noworld.info/video/video/26fIZ7Sgy9yrpJI.html

    Buğra Çağrı YURTBuğra Çağrı YURT3 dager siden
  • yes....

    Juan NicolasJuan Nicolas3 dager siden
    • Amazing

      soiung toiuesoiung toiue3 dager siden
  • The road to success is always under construction~ Civil Engineer

    nieooj gotoynieooj gotoy3 dager siden
  • woohoooo!

    BaBa GanoushBaBa Ganoush3 dager siden
  • Never give up!

    yOkay_yOkay_4 dager siden
  • Coming soon: the launch of SN12

    GD gamerGD gamer4 dager siden
    • @TimePro okay

      GD gamerGD gamer3 dager siden
    • @GD gamer SN12-14 are not being built because SN15 has major upgrades.

      TimeProTimePro3 dager siden
    • @Biegan What do you mean, what is the SN15 going to do?

      GD gamerGD gamer3 dager siden
    • You are wrong bro, next will be SN15

      BieganBiegan4 dager siden
  • 5:47

    Xeno SFS - SFS Content and NewsXeno SFS - SFS Content and News4 dager siden
    • @Xeno SFS - SFS Content and News It’s a bot

      Jack WhitlockJack Whitlock3 dager siden
    • @nieooj gotoy there are none

      Xeno SFS - SFS Content and NewsXeno SFS - SFS Content and News3 dager siden
    • Add Russian subtitles, please

      nieooj gotoynieooj gotoy3 dager siden
  • 5:47

    Xeno SFS - SFS Content and NewsXeno SFS - SFS Content and News4 dager siden
  • #SpaceX Why don't you use the same system for landing as you do with your Falcon rockets and your intended main Starship booster? It works!

    Phil Rosa-LeekePhil Rosa-Leeke4 dager siden
    • Starship in particular will be coming from orbital speeds, both on earth and mars and going into a belly flop burns off a lot more speed than descending like the falcon 9 and the first stage. It also has more maneuverability at said angle with its fins. The landing system coming out of that belly flop needs to be able to land in rough terrain and landing like a rocket is much easier than landing like a plane. It also makes it easier to take off again.

      Lmao.Lmao.4 dager siden
  • Is a question of doctrin.If you cant understand,just pay for the Spitfire.

    Enrico CivardiEnrico Civardi4 dager siden
  • There is Space Mafia.No,is not possible build there,Pig,you have to pay.We love the Spitfire.

    Enrico CivardiEnrico Civardi4 dager siden
  • Nice video keep it up make more related videos

    K JayanthK Jayanth4 dager siden
  • Others have asked this already: please put some telemetry on screen!

    Franco CFranco C4 dager siden
  • Hi good nice to see

    Shahbaz ahmedShahbaz ahmed4 dager siden
  • There is a better way to land StarShip and the heavy booster. If the landing pad was made out of a metal grid of sorts and raised 50+ feet into the air, when a space craft comes in for a landing the pad drops as the craft touches down. The pad then does all the breaking so no major legs are needed to cushion the landing. This is a much safer way to land. The drop and break landing pad absorbs all the energy. It can be made very low tech so as not to fail. Come on we can do this!

    htannberghtannberg5 dager siden
    • @htannberg I fail to see what’s wrong with doing it SpaceXs way...

      TimeProTimeProDag siden
    • @TimePro Yes, I truly believe so. All the mega hard stuff has already be done. Landing a spacecraft on a 100? foot circle for example. Slowing 240 tons down from 5 or 10 mph to zero in 50 feet should not be too hard for SpaceX engineers.

      htannberghtannbergDag siden
    • @htannberg You call your design SIMPLE?

      TimeProTimeProDag siden
    • @TimePro I'm sure the Ford Pinto engineers said the same thing. It comes down to, too many things have to go right for the catch a booster to work. Why design something harder than it has to be? A simple design that works is always better.

      htannberghtannbergDag siden
    • Orrrrr we can do it the way the engineers want to do it?

      TimeProTimeProDag siden
  • Amazing

    Virtual PinballVirtual Pinball5 dager siden
  • wow is realy cool:)

    Patate LechatPatate Lechat6 dager siden
  • I,m not an engineer but as I've seen the lift and landing, in case of landing maneuver it seems to have huge momentum that the engines can't harmonize the huge momentum to the required landing momentum or speed. Perhaps it may need more time as that landing maneuver must start from a reasonably high distance to enable the engines to harmonize the huge momentum, parachuting may be needed to reduce the great pressure created by engines abruptly to absorb the kinetic energy , in turn may lead to destroying the ship.

    gamil sultangamil sultan6 dager siden
    • SN10 (which landed) flipped around the same distance SN11 flipped and exploded. SN10 landed.

      TheSeeker50TheSeeker503 dager siden
    • Flipping higher wouldn’t help if an engine explodes (Like it did here)

      Jack WhitlockJack Whitlock6 dager siden
  • What a foggy day, can't see a thing

    Marc Christian CastorMarc Christian Castor6 dager siden
  • starship is not coming back so starship went to the space ;)

    lyric layslyric lays6 dager siden
    • передоз селитрой

      hoiy vinosahoiy vinosa6 dager siden
  • Add Russian subtitles, please

    Витёк КрутВитёк Крут6 dager siden
    • parese que el clima afecta el gas puede estar caliente o frio escuche uno de los audios y exploto porque estaba frio

      hoiy vinosahoiy vinosa6 dager siden
  • FAA Clear sunny day: Not today FAA Intense thick fog: LEZZZDODISSHIIIT!!!

    hoiy vinosahoiy vinosa6 dager siden
  • Past, present and future is but a stubborn Illusion-- Sir Albert Einstein You are my inspiration Sir Elon Musk

    UNDAWN harshUNDAWN harsh7 dager siden
  • Ok when we loose the signal. The simple reason is starship burned away.

    infospot100infospot1007 dager siden
    • Not really but okay

      TimeProTimePro7 dager siden
  • Wow, so exciting!✨🚀

    miko foinmiko foin7 dager siden
    • 6.06 look at the middle you will find some lil fire coming out that’s leakage

      hoiy vinosahoiy vinosa6 dager siden
  • Oof

    samusamu7 dager siden
  • space is so 20th century

    ufor uforufor ufor8 dager siden
    • @Ferocious Gamer Hilarious

      Space XSpace X6 dager siden
    • so going to mars is something we would do in 1990?

      Ferocious GamerFerocious Gamer8 dager siden
  • 6:12 The engine failed here and that's why Starship SN11 is not coming back.

    Houa HouaHoua Houa8 dager siden
  • Took 1000 tests to get the light bulb formula right. This is #11. @ElonMusk and the team are doing just fine.

    Anthony C CarnellAnthony C Carnell8 dager siden
    • @miko foin Absolutely - we think the same way. Have a great Friday

      Anthony C CarnellAnthony C Carnell7 dager siden
    • “Remember, making mistakes is part of the process. The key to success is to make mistakes quickly, and recover quickly, and keep forging forward.” ― Kevin J. Donaldson

      miko foinmiko foin7 dager siden
  • too bad there's no space programs anymore even space movies goes out in touch with realities because we keep changing display technologies, what is space missions without displays. Unless spaceships is loaded with technologies and there's holodeck, where to have such realities, I still duno....if it's possible. But space will blow your mind is it comparable with colorfull 3D biotech...

    ufor uforufor ufor8 dager siden
  • Ha

    gaurang joshigaurang joshi8 dager siden
  • thank You for what you guys are doing for humanity! Peace.

    gioyu comigioyu comi8 dager siden
    • Can't you even Launch this Thing from a Pläne Like the Steam Chase to practice only the landing maneuver

      abbsnn coseabbsnn cose8 dager siden
  • Thanks ! I know you all are very busy, but I wish Elon Musk and Team could find the time to help Pr. Biden & Congress implement the *American Jobs Plan* . Watching your amazing *skills* , the needs of America and the reality of the Work Force, there is a huge gap that this next Stimulus must end or Asia will eat USA lunch and dinner. Sometimes just pointing in the right direction and goals can make a World of Differences.

    Joseph MartinJoseph Martin8 dager siden
    • “Remember, making mistakes is part of the process. The key to success is to make mistakes quickly, and recover quickly, and keep forging forward.” ― Kevin J. Donaldson

      abbsnn coseabbsnn cose8 dager siden
  • Hey space X, Got some ideas for yall one increase the cone sizes of the raptor engines doesn't have to be circular maybe another spade, why can you add the honey comb slider like the other rocket, with the capability of closing the holes with the comb and control air flow, can aerodynamics help as well. Just an idea.

    Dragone Inc.Dragone Inc.8 dager siden
    • Well that was a dud. Seriously, if you can't get the cameras to work? And unless you're suicidal you wouldn't want to be the first to fly Musky Air

      gioyu comigioyu comi8 dager siden
  • parese que el clima afecta el gas puede estar caliente o frio escuche uno de los audios y exploto porque estaba frio

    Jimmy B. Perez LopezJimmy B. Perez Lopez9 dager siden
  • передоз селитрой

    Eby HohloskotEby Hohloskot9 dager siden
  • This will be known as USS Enterprise NCC-1701A will it have warp drive functionality

    WallstreetbetsWallstreetbets9 dager siden
    • Wall street bets avatar i see

      Mudkip909Mudkip9099 dager siden
  • Who down voted this are you offended by a rocket?

    Jay__KaayJay__Kaay9 dager siden
  • Not today. :)

    MaxwellMaxwell9 dager siden
  • 6.06 look at the middle you will find some lil fire coming out that’s leakage

    MemgiMemgi9 dager siden
  • Whenever it is going to land space X hides it from us. Something is suspicious

    THE ROCKERSTHE ROCKERS9 dager siden
    • @THE ROCKERS "not to argue with fools" no wonder you're so confident in yourself.

      Lmao.Lmao.4 dager siden
    • ​@THE ROCKERS Bruh this is a VERY work in progress design, they didn't nail falcon 9 for a while

      Bloody EvolutionBloody Evolution4 dager siden
    • @TimePro u look at some falcon9 landings and others. Oh i am sorry Because I have a simple rule in life "not to argue with fools" and you are correct my friend.

      THE ROCKERSTHE ROCKERS5 dager siden
    • They must have one hell of a fog machine...

      Brent SmithBrent Smith5 dager siden
    • Look at SN10 and the previous attempts and say that again.

      TimeProTimePro9 dager siden
  • F

    SantosSantos9 dager siden
  • Man will go mars no earlier than 2040. Even a small cybertruck takes years to be released to public, I can't imagine how long it will take starship to meet all the requirements. Probably decades. The news says we will see Man on mars very soon, just to keep us high expectations, but I think it's just marketing. I'm just being realistic.

    Igor Delta F.Igor Delta F.9 dager siden
  • “Remember, making mistakes is part of the process. The key to success is to make mistakes quickly, and recover quickly, and keep forging forward.” ― Kevin J. Donaldson

    abbsnn coseabbsnn cose9 dager siden
  • Can't you even Launch this Thing from a Pläne Like the Steam Chase to practice only the landing maneuver

    Philipp SchmidtbauerPhilipp Schmidtbauer9 dager siden
  • Go on man You will conquer

    Soumya TajSoumya Taj9 dager siden
  • Well that was a dud. Seriously, if you can't get the cameras to work? And unless you're suicidal you wouldn't want to be the first to fly Musky Air

    Erik BrunerErik Bruner9 dager siden
    • Try to fix them let's see how that will go

      AmadoAmado7 dager siden
    • Don't you guys have patience men!!

      abbsnn coseabbsnn cose9 dager siden
  • noworld.info/video/video/2Kyca7yEpaiolNE.html ❤️🙏

    Paz C.Paz C.9 dager siden
  • It may of failed but I know SpaceX they keep going! Mars here we come!

    IllustrationIllustration10 dager siden
  • An Idea. Why not to use helium atmosphere under the skirt of starship? It can eliminate burning of raptor engine and helium is allready in nose cone tank.

    standal001standal00110 dager siden
  • You should make a compilation of failed starship launches and landings. That would be fun, especially with some dramatic music in the background. I suggest Edvard Grieg

    Mikhail SporyshevMikhail Sporyshev10 dager siden
  • Okay

    Master PieceMaster Piece10 dager siden
  • “Remember, making mistakes is part of the process. The key to success is to make mistakes quickly, and recover quickly, and keep forging forward.” ― Kevin J. Donaldson

    doire aintudoire aintu10 dager siden
  • great!

    Igor LIgor L10 dager siden
  • What font is used for the timer? It's beautiful

    CoolJRTCoolJRT10 dager siden
    • Clock: *is beautiful* Clock: *freezes* *American engineering at its finest* Ever heard of a Swiss clock failing?

      CoolJRTCoolJRT10 dager siden
  • What is happenig with SN11?

    N MN M10 dager siden
    • They could also easily crawl back into the skiff to take a break, eat, rest, use the toilet, whatever to satisfy basic personal needs. Astronauts could safely, comfortably and easil

      doire aintudoire aintu10 dager siden
  • Uh i tink the engean imploded and fire to full and boom

    lets game it out on robloxlets game it out on roblox10 dager siden
  • “Remember, making mistakes is part of the process. The key to success is to make mistakes quickly, and recover quickly, and keep forging forward.” ― Kevin J. Donaldson

    aola wiliaola wili10 dager siden
    • And forgot something in the end: *Actually succeeding.*

      Abdula OsmanAbdula Osman2 dager siden
  • Dust yourself off and make another ship Elon. Eventually you will succeed again. I look forward to watching it happen. 🌟 Cheers to SN12

    Cassandra Lynne Rose WilsonCassandra Lynne Rose Wilson10 dager siden
    • next is SN15 SN12-14 got skipped because their designs were out dated

      AmadoAmado7 dager siden
  • .SPACEX DILDO'S FOR TITANS. wHy dO hUMaNS HaVE aLL tHE fUN?? Based on the thumbnail....i didn't watch the video. Ok bei

    M A D A R AM A D A R A10 dager siden
  • 5:48 launch 8:02 shut down 1st engine 922 2nd engine shutdown 10:09 3rd engine shutdown - decent 11:39 relight Frozen camera

    BigMoBigMo10 dager siden
    • Another one bites the dust Another one bites the dust Another one down, and another one down

      aola wiliaola wili10 dager siden
  • Don't you guys have patience men!!

    Saurabh JhaSaurabh Jha10 dager siden
  • Lovely, video freezes just as engines fire up :/

    Mike MalloyMike Malloy10 dager siden
  • 👍

    Devansh DDevansh D10 dager siden
  • Meanwhile, they got tech that can do this ... wait shhh.

    weavergradweavergrad10 dager siden
  • I wonder why did they launch in this foggy weather? After all they were not putting anything in orbit. Probably the FAA had something to do with this such as a time-line window.

    D HanselD Hansel10 dager siden
  • ارجو ان يصل كلامي اليكم ؟ توجد طريقه اكثر امانا وفعاليه للذهاب للمريخ والعوده منه ولكن من خلال صواريخ هجينة متعددة وليس مثل ما تقومون به من تجارب تنتهي بالفشل

    Ali AlzedawyAli Alzedawy10 dager siden
    • ok

      Jul1anJul1an7 dager siden
  • do yall play rocket simulator or just play it irl

    beasticksbeasticks10 dager siden
  • Space x is controlled by Nasa so there is no difference between them and what nasa puts out both lie about going to space which they can't do .

    thomas wellnitzthomas wellnitz10 dager siden
    • @Amado lol

      Ferocious GamerFerocious Gamer7 dager siden
    • @thomas wellnitz naive hahhahah did you read your own comments

      AmadoAmado7 dager siden
    • @thomas wellnitz Uno reverse

      random gamesrandom games7 dager siden
    • @Ferocious Gamer if you think they are going to own part of it and not control it then you are very naive .

      thomas wellnitzthomas wellnitz8 dager siden
    • @thomas wellnitz part ownership is not control

      Ferocious GamerFerocious Gamer8 dager siden
  • Never will understand why you run two engines lean, can't make power without BTUs. Run them fat on the test stand. Flow pressures are different installed in the rocket. Oh well who am I. Should use inline accumulators at the engine in plumbing at the puck.

    Ray TurnerRay Turner11 dager siden
    • I highly doubt they're running the engines lean. You always, always run rocket engines rich. Otherwise they disintegrate.

      Brent SmithBrent Smith9 dager siden
  • Elon don't let messy science slow you down ;)

    Norberto VazNorberto Vaz11 dager siden
  • I'm sure you get a lot of ideas submitted like this and maybe its even annoying, but here goes another. Does SpaceX plan to develop any kind of need or capacity for in flight EVAs for things like repairs, inspections, upgrades, rescues, etc,? During an ISS EVA Chris Hadfield got something in his eye, a flake of soap I think. It completely incapacitated him and put him in significant peril for awhile. It seems silly that such a small thing created such a big problem for a highly trained astronaut in an expensive high tech suit! In an ordinary work environment a person, even weightless, would just wipe the crap out their eye with a finger, no problemo. It's kind of a big flaw in these high tech conventional space suits that their design robs the astronauts of a capacity for such simple basic human actions. I started thinking of a way to fix this. I came up with the idea of a skiffsuit. A skiffsuit would be a small spacecraft, skiff, with capacity to maneuver in orbit or in flight to Mars. It would be big enough to support 2 astronauts for a day or two. About the size of a Chevy van. It would have the upper half of a spacesuit on the end of a tubular cherry picker or space arm extension. Astronauts would crawl into the tube to put their upper body into the space suit end with some footholds in the tube. The space arm tube could then be maneuvered into position by the astronaut to do repair, upgrade, inspection work by the astronaut. The skiff would have an automated station keeping that would counter any forces the astronaut has to apply to the work. The skiff, space arm and suit would all be one continuous pressurized volume. If an astronaut got something in their eye, got a bad cramp or whatever they could just crawl back into the bigger volume of the skiff to fix it. They could also easily crawl back into the skiff to take a break, eat, rest, use the toilet, whatever to satisfy basic personal needs. Astronauts could safely, comfortably and easily conduct EVA work for days in the skiff. I got the idea watching power grid workers working on transmission lines from cherry picker trucks. I noticed they never used their lower bodies other than just to stand in the buckets. They did complicated and precise work to a high standard with just their upper bodies.

    Charles BelhumeurCharles Belhumeur11 dager siden
  • Keep up the hard work SpaceX!

    MarkMark11 dager siden
  • Amazing

    YAGIZ ALPERYAGIZ ALPER11 dager siden
  • nice cgi fog. sure was cheaper that way

    zoxoorzoxoor11 dager siden
    • It's not CGI fog you sheep fuck, it's a fog machine.

      Lmao.Lmao.4 dager siden
    • Ok so you’re saying that fog isn’t real. Got it. I’ll remember your comment when I see fog for the next time.

      Mudkip909Mudkip9099 dager siden
    • Not even fog can be real now?

      Cristian UkmarCristian Ukmar10 dager siden
    • what tf?

      ivanflinnivanflinn11 dager siden
  • Another one bites the dust Another one bites the dust Another one down, and another one down

    Red RayRed Ray11 dager siden
    • Another one bites the E

      Mudkip909Mudkip9099 dager siden
  • “The crater was in the right place “. Like a boss !

    mikea hiooimikea hiooi11 dager siden
  • What if you didn't use wings and instead use the magnus effect to slow the speed. The rocket is put on its side and then rotated by the cold gas thrusters. in the end the rotation is stopped because it ran out of rotational energie or by the thruster (maybe even main thruster, they have to be reignited anyway). Benefits of this system would be safed weight by not needing the flaps, when reentering the side that is on the top at a given moment can cool down (would need heatshield all around but way thinner. Also the consequential horizontal movement that is introduced by the magnus effect could help bring starship back to the site.

    Tobias HohmannTobias Hohmann11 dager siden
    • Not sure if I completely understand that you're saying, but it would probably have very strong g force's do to the fact that it would be spinning, and it they lost control at all, they couldn't get it back. Still a cool idea tho

      random gamesrandom games10 dager siden
  • .

    Zaeed AYMZaeed AYM11 dager siden
  • boom

    NOOBSTORENOOBSTORE11 dager siden
    • Hajmou nebesa

      mikea hiooimikea hiooi11 dager siden
  • Too hot for TV during the landing...

    VF1SkullangelVF1Skullangel11 dager siden
  • Hm! I think a comprehensive structural analysis of the materials to build the engines, pipes and tanks is in order. Possible defective materials, construction debris perhaps but not likely as that should show up during static firing. Although I think those static tests are too short, and not enough lengthy refireing. After all,, that's where the problem is coming from. Are you using identical SN Tanks during your tests instead of direct feed of fuel?

    John RuckmanJohn Ruckman11 dager siden
  • That's their mission, to land on mars.. Alive or dead

    premraju prempremraju prem11 dager siden
  • Falla al despegue se ahoga, dice el audio es facil escucharlo es como un disco duro cuando el lector del CD se mueve dice uno.

    Jimmy B. Perez LopezJimmy B. Perez Lopez11 dager siden
    • el cpu se calienta lo dice cuando empiesa a despegar

      Jimmy B. Perez LopezJimmy B. Perez Lopez10 dager siden
    • oyes la aves dice falla

      Jimmy B. Perez LopezJimmy B. Perez Lopez10 dager siden
    • Hubo una fuga

      Jimmy B. Perez LopezJimmy B. Perez Lopez11 dager siden
    • Se calentó de un lado

      Jimmy B. Perez LopezJimmy B. Perez Lopez11 dager siden
  • rip sn11

    Paul Huang Hau OngPaul Huang Hau Ong11 dager siden
  • The guy announcing the launch sounds emotional at the end. He knows the hard work they do to get these test rockets up and running. They are test vehicles, they are supposed to fail to gather data so they can make the safest spaceship possible. It still hurts to see your baby get destroyed. Keep it going. One day people will be riding Starship like it’s commercial airline to the Moon and Mars.

    JasonJason11 dager siden
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