A SpaceX rocket prototype, known as SN10, soared over South Texas during test fl…


A SpaceX rocket prototype, known as SN10, soared over South Texas during test flight Wednesday before swooping down to land near its launch site. Approximately three minutes after landing, however, multiple independent video feeds showed the rocket exploding on its landing pad. SpaceX’s SN10, an early prototype of the company’s Starship Mars rocket, took off around 5:15 p.m. CT and climbed about six miles over the coastal landscape, mimicking two previous test flights SpaceX has conducted that ended in an explosive crash. Wednesday marked the first successful landing for a Starship prototype.

 



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  1. Anyone thatโ€™s had chili cheese fries from Applebeeโ€™s knows exactly what thatโ€™s like.

  2. Man someone really commented โ€˜I ate a watermelon on April 6 2014โ€™ on my recent post!!

  3. Why video showing only the explosion??? There was a successful lift off, descent and landing. Show those as well before the explosion! Sensationalism.

  4. Quick question; WHO is funding this???? More specifically IS IT COMING FROM TAXPAYERโ€™s POCKETS??

  5. Nobody is going to Mars or anywhere else. We are quarantined here. Aliens see how we treat each other and will be damned if we spread any of our bullshit outside of Earth.

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