May 28, 2023

Live: Spacecraft Explodes After Launching a Test Flight | G1 / innovation

Watch the moment the spaceship explodes

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A SpaceX rocket explodes in mid-air – Image: Reproduction

Watch the moment of the explosion that occurred minutes after take-off

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According to the “New York Times”, a spark was seen in the sky after the launch, and the vehicle exploded. SpaceX boycotted the official broadcast.

Starship Explosion – Image: YouTube

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10, 9, 8 … Go! 🚀

After a failed attempt on Monday (17th), Elon Musk’s company managed to launch the Starship on Thursday (20th).

SpaceX launches a Starship rocket on Thursday – Image: Playback / YouTube
Starship launch – Image: YouTube

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With just a few minutes left in the launch, SpaceX pauses the countdown. The company announced that it is conducting final checks.

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SpaceX’s official count is less than 10 minutes for takeoff. “Everything looks fine,” said John Innsbruecker, an engineer with the company.

Preparations for the Starship missile flight test – Image: Reproduction / Youtube SpaceX

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SpaceX recently confirmed that the spacecraft’s Raptor engines are cooling down in preparation for liftoff.

Preparations for the Starship missile flight test – Image: Reproduction / Youtube SpaceX

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Hundreds of people await the test flight in Boca Chica, near Brownsville, Texas, USA. 🚀

The public is waiting for the first mission of the spacecraft. – PHOTO: REUTERS/Joe Skipper
An overview before the brief unmanned test flight of the Starship spacecraft – Photo: REUTERS/Joe Skipper

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SpaceX is preparing to launch the most powerful rocket in history today.

The company’s team heads to the launch base, in Boca Chica, Texas (USA), and monitors the climate in the area.

Loading of the boosters onto the missile began around 9:00 am. In addition, the ship is also refueled.

The spacecraft crew heads to the thrust payload; The team monitors the weather on Thursday morning (20) – Image: Reproduction / Twitter SpaceX

The spacecraft is described as the most powerful in history for its great ability to transport people and cargo. See the details below:

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1 hour ago

SpaceX confirmed a new attempt on Thursday (20), scheduled to take place between 10:28 am and 11:30 am (Brasilia time). The rocket will be launched from Starbase, the company’s space base in Boca Chica, Texas.

Learn about the largest rocket in history, created by Elon Musk’s company

9 hours ago

The launch was delayed during the countdown, due to technical problems with the spacecraft. “Looks like the pressure valve is frozen, so unless it starts working soon, it won’t fire today,” Elon Musk said.owner of SpaceX.

The expectation is that a new attempt will happen later this week. According to Reuters, an interval of at least two days, starting today, will be required for the launch. know more

Elon Musk announces the postponement of Starship’s departure – photo: Twitter

04/17/2023 10:36 AM

New forecasts indicate that takeoff will occur within half an hour.

Starship ready for launch by SpaceX – Image: YouTube/SpaceX

4/17/2023 09:59 AM

Elon Musk, the owner of SpaceX, posted on social networks that the supply of the ship is in progress.

04/17/2023 09:35 AM

The “window” for takeoff began at 9 am (Brasilia time): the car was put in test flightat the company’s US launch base, but there’s still no predictions for the countdown to start.

a SpaceX warns broadcast may have ‘extended moments of silence’. On its first full test flight, The ship will not carry a crew.

The spacecraft is fully stacked ahead of its first flight test on Monday – Image: Spacex / Disclosure

04/17/2023 09:26 AM

SpaceX, billionaire Elon Musk, confirmed on Monday (16) the first orbital flight of the Starship, the most powerful spacecraft in history. The mission will start from the launch pad in Boca Chica, south Texas, and end in the Pacific Ocean off the coast of Hawaii.

According to the company, in the future, the vehicle will be able to transport up to 150 tons, when it needs to be reused, and up to 250 tons, if it can be disposed of after the mission. This flight is expected to serve as a test for future flights of the spacecraft to the Moon and Mars.

See spacecraft details – Image: g1
More about the Starship, the spacecraft that SpaceX will use for flights around the Moon – Image: Arte/g1
Starship, SpaceX’s spacecraft, in a photo taken April 15, 2023 – Image: Disclosure/SpaceX
Starship, SpaceX spacecraft – Image: Disclosure / SpaceX

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