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Watch: SpaceX Starship Test Flight Ends in Explosion on Second Try | WSJ
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Elon Musk’s SpaceX launched a test flight of its Starship rocket early Saturday from its spaceport in Texas, reaching a crucial booster separation stage before exploding. The company’s previous launch attempt in April ended in an explosion.

00:00 Launch
00:40 Booster separation
01:12 Booster explodes

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2 weeks ago

The fact that they've already improved the problem of other engines turning off is crazy

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2 weeks ago

This was an epic flight. Can’t believe all those raptors actually ran through pretty much a full burn. I’d be interested to see where the second stage debris ends up though.

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1 week ago

Amazing progress!

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1 week ago

In my opinion, the booster's rotation after separation was too fast. It's possible that the ship's engines slightly damaged the upper part of the booster, adding a wobble during rotation, which led to its explosion. Towards the end of the ship's flight, just before losing control, it seems like the engines were turned off, and it exploded. It's very interesting that the spacecraft burst at the very end of its journey. Regardless, it is a significant success for SpaceX. Starship had been waiting for launch approval for many months, and if everything had gone smoothly, we might have seen 3 or 4 launches by now

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1 week ago

I remember how excited I was back in April, seeing it launch for the first time. This one ended up even better with the stage separation. Kudos to the team for the spectacular explosi- rapid unscheduled disassembly

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2 weeks ago

Astounding test flight to space! Congratulations SpaceX! Can’t wait to see the next one reach orbital velocity!

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2 weeks ago

The explosion is so cool looking, the sheer speed of the gases expanding

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1 week ago

That building went up beautifully! Pure genius installing a metal plate that shoots water to keep launchpad intact. looks like they solved separation issue as well. Awesome job!!

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1 week ago

It was a test fly and have improved over last one. However, the pressure to make everything work flawlessly in the 3rd attempt is building up and already very high. I hope, they manage to do it. Because, if they lose the 2 vehicles again in the 3rd attempt, things are going to start to get a bit murky.

On the other hand, Space X and the commentators could be a bit more realistic about the results of the test or at least curb their enthusiasm because losing both vehicles again it is a good reason not to be celebrating and cheering up like it didn't happened at all.

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2 weeks ago

Amazing, well done to the engineering team!

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2 weeks ago

One step forward. Congrats Space X. This is an inspiration for humanity to keep going until succeeded.

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2 weeks ago

It's actually the point of the test - to see where the rocket needs improvement. 8 minutes! Better than the first. Great job Space X!

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1 week ago

wow the blast radius and rate of expand was so unexpected

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2 weeks ago

This was a much better launch than the previous, yes, all 33 raptors 2s ignited and remained constant throughout their full duration, and the hot stage ring was a success!

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2 weeks ago

what they achieved until now for me looks epic, is just amazing. the press somehow only see a failure because of the explosion which I think is a stupid conclusion. for me looks like a success.

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1 week ago

That was absolutely spectacular. Humanity reaching the other sides of the Galaxy is a remarkable development. We are literally just out of the jungle and now we're moving forward. Kudos to the team!

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2 weeks ago

Incredible engineering feat but sadly loaded with multiple failure points. The Russians learned the hard way developing huge rockets with complicated clusters of engines

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2 weeks ago

You guys are good at reporting things in the worst possible light.

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2 weeks ago

Congrats and great job on this test flight. Getting better and better each flight.

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2 weeks ago

A major step forward and testing...great job!

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