The Starship SN11 prototype missile did not break through into the Mask either.
SpaceX launched a prototype Starship SN11 spacecraft from Boca Chica, Texas, Tuesday morning, and it crashed during landing and scattered debris at the launch site.
After a successful launch, the second engine of the rocket failed, causing the SN11 spacecraft to crash.
Musk shared his opinion on Twitter: “An important thing happened when the descent began“
The engine 2 appears to have had problems with ascent and did not reach the operating chamber pressure during downhill combustion, but in theory, it was not needed.
Something important happened shortly after the drop burn began. We should know what it was once we can examine the bits later today.
Elon Musk (@elonmusk) March 30, 2021
The components of the missile slid from the sky
Those on the site posted photos of debris floating from the sky on Twitter on Tuesday.
Space photographer Jack Baer wrote a photo and wrote:People have reported debris falling from the sky, which is exactly like the debris I saw at the launch site after the SN8 / 9/10 explosion. It’s crazy if SN11 is really a wreck.“
Some lightweight debris, I believe his thermal insulation blanket, made him the way to Isla Blanca Park. People have reported parts of it float, and it looks exactly like debris I saw at the launch site after SN8 / 9/10. Crazy if the SN11 already wrecks. Embed a Tweet pic.twitter.com/tHNlYlMnZf
Jack Baer (thejackbeyer) March 30, 2021
SpaceX has been working on spacecraft models for a long time, but there are still problems with the landing, even if the rocket does not explode with noble simplicity. In the most recent test, the SN10 missile After a successful start, he did not detonate and even fell – only to detonate eight minutes later.
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