Starship | SN10 | High-Altitude Flight Test

3 mar 2021
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On Wednesday, March 3, Starship serial number (SN10) successfully completed SpaceX’s third high-altitude flight test of a Starship prototype from our site in Cameron County, Texas.
Similar to the high-altitude flight tests of Starship SN8 and SN9, SN10 was powered through ascent by three Raptor engines, each shutting down in sequence prior to the vehicle reaching apogee - approximately 10 km in altitude. SN10 performed 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 descended under active aerodynamic control, accomplished by independent movement of two forward and two aft flaps on the vehicle. All four flaps were actuated by an onboard flight computer to control Starship’s attitude during flight and enabled a precise landing at the intended location. SN10’s Raptor engines reignited as the vehicle performed the landing flip maneuver immediately before successfully touching down on the landing pad!
As if the flight test was not exciting enough, SN10 experienced a rapid unscheduled disassembly shortly after landing. These test flights are all about improving our understanding and development of 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.

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  • So finally that attack is rebugged for enslavement of attackers pilots and defense missiles to aoid future outfalls...

    Elias OhmElias OhmHace 6 horas
  • 1:11 sn9 moment 1:31 sn8 moment

    LoparceGaming826LoparceGaming826Hace 6 horas
  • gg

    PrimeIXPrimeIXHace 9 horas
  • 👍👽

    Виталий ЛукашинВиталий ЛукашинHace 18 horas
  • It's so. incredibly. loud. WOw!

    emmmemmmHace 19 horas
  • Amazing job!

    Heybar SequeraHeybar SequeraHace un día
  • Was that real footage or CGI interspersed with real footage?

    stringsnarestringsnareHace un día
    • Real footage, all the way through. It was a livestream.

      alexn310alexn310Hace 16 horas
  • 11:42 The best most unbelievable non CGI part of the video. Truly amazing shot

    HOW DO YOU VENT LIKE BLUE?HOW DO YOU VENT LIKE BLUE?Hace 2 días
  • MUY BUENO- UN ABRAZO Y UN BESO GORDO- El video mio se encuentra en el YOU TUBE y se llama- robotizado con cd 4017 , ne 555 pilotos El plano esta bajo el video. Andre Troll Kaiser

    andre trollandre trollHace 3 días
  • Wow! I thankyou but i think the landing was far more astounding than the take off. Fantastic👍👍👍

    Frank TuckwellFrank TuckwellHace 3 días
  • 11:41 Looks like one of those movie scenes.

    Glitched BloxGlitched BloxHace 3 días
  • Huge Respect for the Engineers, technicians and every worker at SpaceX 🙏💯.

    bcvbb hyuibcvbb hyuiHace 3 días
  • Es una nave de Flash Gordon, OMG!

    moises gonzalesmoises gonzalesHace 3 días
  • Cortaram a parte da explosão pq? HUAUHAUHHAUUH medo de cair ações elon musk?

    Caio PortellaCaio PortellaHace 4 días
  • amazing..

    onemaxlightonemaxlightHace 4 días
  • For a moment, it looked CGI.

    ICOD73ICOD73Hace 4 días
    • I watched this with my own eyes. 100% not CGI.

      Alex HendrixAlex HendrixHace 2 días
    • Nice

      bcvbb hyuibcvbb hyuiHace 3 días
  • The reduced vibration of this missile is an unparalleled precedent

    Ailsa NiAilsa NiHace 4 días
  • 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.Hace 4 días
    • @Igor Delta F. I'm not sure where you get 1400 days from. During the closest approach, Mars is about a 6-9 month journey depending on which year you launch. That is maximum ~270 days trip one way to Mars. Perhaps you can be more specific on where you are getting your numbers from

      Matt's Youtube stuffMatt's Youtube stuffHace 2 horas
    • @Matt's ESworld stuff Yes they are unrelated. But my point was not to relate them, instead I used cybertruck merely to give an example. The degree of complexity of starship is just far beyond from what we have achieved in terms of technology right now. The longest time a human was continuously in space is 437 days, and the record is 665 cumulative days. A crewed mission would require 1410 days trip plus several days of orbital alignment, docking , collecting data, weather conditions IF everything goes 100% perfect. We are not talking about a single individual +1500 days but a CREW of maybe 4 to 8 people! Unfortunately there are several other factors that we need at least a decade to develop. Don't take me wrong, I want to see so hard humans going mars, but not as a suicidal mission. On my perspective no earlier than 2040 for a crewed mission. But for a cargo ship maybe in this decade. Fingers crossed 🙏

      Igor Delta F.Igor Delta F.Hace 2 horas
    • You can't compare the two, at all. For a long time, there just wasn't a facility available to build Cybertruck. The major hurdle or requirement to go to Mars is having a safe and reliable system, and launching at the correct window which opens every two years. In 2022, SpaceX will (fingers crossed) be able to send unmanned cargo vehicles to Mars, which if successful will pave the way to send humans in either 2024 or 2026. If they are unsuccessful in 2022, it will push the timeline back another 2 years. The one thing I agree with you on is yes this is marketing. They want people to be excited about this and they want to make it their goal to send people to Mars regularly. TLDR; The point is the comparison you make to the Cybertruck is completely unrelated to the development of Starship.

      Matt's Youtube stuffMatt's Youtube stuffHace 3 horas
    • @Igor Delta F. Where do you get your information about the cybertruck starting in 2012?

      6969Hace 3 días
    • @69 the idea of a cybertruck started in 2012. The first prototype was in 2018. The first cybertruck to public will be in the end of 2021. Starship is so far to meet the requirements, without mentioning the human limitations in other fields to make this reality. 2040 is a optimistic year, and I hope I am wrong because I want to be alive when man go there.

      Igor Delta F.Igor Delta F.Hace 3 días
  • So Elon is iron man because that seems a lot like how iron man lands 😄👀

    little Phoenix33little Phoenix33Hace 5 días
  • happen live 😂

    vbddfy euuytvbddfy euuytHace 5 días
    • @Ailsa Ni what

      David XDavid XHace 3 días
    • Демократия не долетит до Марса.

      Ailsa NiAilsa NiHace 4 días
  • did anyone else notice the hard bounce on landing or the drone view that looked like a cheap netflix movie?

    Wayne DavisWayne DavisHace 5 días
  • hi mates is very enjoy...blazz_zzzz

    Olavo NevesOlavo NevesHace 6 días
  • congratulations

    SadSmileTVSadSmileTVHace 6 días
  • What a bunch a shit! Can't believe y'all into this crap, CGI at the end got me cracking, no craft can do that TODAY , c'mon guys wake the fuck up

    JP muroJP muroHace 6 días
    • @JP muro I have shown you multiple videos captured by amateurs, yet you still insist on cgi? What's your proof of CGI?

      alexn310alexn310Hace 14 horas
    • @JP muro twitter.com/RGVaerialphotos/status/1377001018102276097 (That was SN11 the twitter pic, the links are SN10) esworld.info/do/qWmzp5aGY3rGfbM/v-deo.html esworld.info/do/m2fQd4dqjYOxgrc/v-deo.html

      alexn310alexn310Hace 14 horas
    • @JP muro Well sure since that was filmed before the launch, lemme find you an amateur video of it. Theres also RGV Aerial Photography, and after the bellyflop Fail of SN11 they photgraphed it's nosecone laying on the ground im gonna get you some links.

      alexn310alexn310Hace 14 horas
    • The real question lies beyond you and me and what we both think. Theres proof , that this is all a hoax. The question is why are you defending something that you can't prove, while all claims against what your trying to cling to have tons of facts , scientific, to back them up. My proof is right there , the cgi sequence at the end and the so called landing, i know its hard. We both have our own truths and i respect that, its just that's this is soo in our faces , its impossible not to see. And question its nature

      JP muroJP muroHace 14 horas
    • We'll , yes , i see it. It never took off. Did it? i mean i could go there tomorrow and take a pic, what's your proof? Where's the footage of take off and descent.

      JP muroJP muroHace 14 horas
  • Modern warfare CGI looks way better , should give em a call #elonmusk

    JP muroJP muroHace 6 días
    • Go to boca chica

      David XDavid XHace 3 días
    • looks like a sci fi film

      vbddfy euuytvbddfy euuytHace 5 días
  • Alles nur lüge

    Björn der SachseBjörn der SachseHace 6 días
    • Jede Person mit einem Donald Trump Profilbild hat still zu sein

      Volksgenosse Erich HoneckerVolksgenosse Erich HoneckerHace 5 días
    • Go there yourself and see it for yourself

      alexn310alexn310Hace 6 días
  • This style of aircraft- is it "Flash Gordon" style? Or more Rocketeer?

    Andy HarrisonAndy HarrisonHace 6 días
  • nice cgi

    shark2vshark2vHace 7 días
    • Go to boca chica

      David XDavid XHace 3 días
    • You can go there yourself and see it

      alexn310alexn310Hace 7 días
  • Is this even real? It looks like cgi

    John McGrathJohn McGrathHace 7 días
    • yeah, its because it is

      Juan Pablo MuroJuan Pablo MuroHace 21 un hora
    • @alexn310 ye

      KELOO JBL ッKELOO JBL ッHace 6 días
    • Go to Boca Chica, TX. You can see these getting built and flown in real time there.

      alexn310alexn310Hace 7 días
  • Nice

    Lexi TalksLexi TalksHace 7 días
  • ไอ้ควายน็อตบอกแผนทุกอย่างองค์กรNASA มีแผนอยากเป็นเบอร์1ของสหรัฐ.แล้วจะกลับไปใช้สถานีอวกาศสกดจิตทุกพรรคในสหรัฐ. ให้สนับสนุนเงินงบประมาณและมีตัวแทนNASA ที่หวังลงชิงต่ำแหน่งประธานาธิบดีสหรัฐ.ในสมัยต่อไป

    แก่ง นางแก่ง นางHace 7 días
  • NASA กลายเป็นควายเมื่อถูกจับได้ว่าใ้ดาวเทียม และใช้สถานทีอวกาศทดลองมนุษย์ แต่สู้ความคิดมนุษย์ไม่ได้ โดยล่าสุดมีการเปิดเผย ชื่อบอร์ดผู้สั่งให้มนุษย์อวกาศบนสถานีอวกาศทำงานนี้

    แก่ง นางแก่ง นางHace 7 días
  • 12:00 I see starhopper

    Dave TimothyDave TimothyHace 7 días
    • ye love starhopper

      KELOO JBL ッKELOO JBL ッHace 6 días
  • What I don’t like about the BFR is that there is no redundancy. Since fuel tanks are located in the nose cone, the crew cannot jettison from the top to escape an inevitable failure. Any manned flights must have redundancy.

    Saanichton MinistriesSaanichton MinistriesHace 7 días
    • @Saanichton Ministries I agree ...,.. I don’t see nasa trusting SpaceX to place astronauts on Mars anytime soon until starship has at least 200-600 successful flights without incidence along with a smart AI to pilot starship However SpaceX does have falcon Heavy which is a proven space vehicle which I do see NASA trusting to send to the moon or Mars 🥲 Only the future will tell

      Eduardo Rodriguez VazquezEduardo Rodriguez VazquezHace 7 días
    • @Eduardo Rodriguez Vazquez fair enough. After a study of the STS program, it would be a nightmare to fly on a rocket. As a pilot myself, it is fascinating science. But way too risky. I don’t ever see the risk factor going away. Man it too flawed. Too much can go wrong in manned space flight. Too many extremes. I don’t know if it is ethical watching people kill themselves trying to go to Mars.... like the Mars one project?

      Saanichton MinistriesSaanichton MinistriesHace 7 días
    • @Saanichton Ministries Is this suppose be hyperbole ....? Obviously not, they only flow 4 of them🤦🏻and their still very much prototype rockets That’s the equivalence of me asking you if you’d like a flight on the wrights brothers first plane .....

      Eduardo Rodriguez VazquezEduardo Rodriguez VazquezHace 7 días
    • @Eduardo Rodriguez Vazquez would you if you could?

      Saanichton MinistriesSaanichton MinistriesHace 7 días
    • @Saanichton Ministries 🤨 ....... no I don’t

      Eduardo Rodriguez VazquezEduardo Rodriguez VazquezHace 7 días
  • Демократия не долетит до Марса.

    Денис ПетинДенис ПетинHace 8 días
  • bravo let's Mars but if Mars gravity is lower than Earth it's going to be easy landing

    Pascal FokxPascal FokxHace 8 días
    • ouais

      KELOO JBL ッKELOO JBL ッHace 6 días
  • FIREBALL XL5!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    NOMOLAS GYROTOURBILLONNOMOLAS GYROTOURBILLONHace 8 días
  • looks like a sci fi film

    vince mmvince mmHace 8 días
    • ye but is real

      KELOO JBL ッKELOO JBL ッHace 6 días
  • That is bull shit.

    Carmen A. CabelloCarmen A. CabelloHace 8 días
    • @Shorty haha

      It’s grantIt’s grantHace 6 días
    • Carmen is close to karen

      ShortyShortyHace 6 días
    • @alexn310 thanks for saving me time

      It’s grantIt’s grantHace 7 días
    • Go and watch it yourself in boca chica before throwing bullshit accusations on ESworld

      alexn310alexn310Hace 8 días
  • 24 7 live Mars cam coming soon : )

    Nebula DustNebula DustHace 8 días
  • Congrats, the best sci fi movie ever... it's incredible...

    collilab laboratorio visivocollilab laboratorio visivoHace 8 días
  • Большая консервная банка с крыльями и двигателями..круто..поздравляю. Она еще и садиться..супер..

    Константин ГолубятниковКонстантин ГолубятниковHace 8 días
  • I like how they cut out where it exploded anyway. Scrub X blew it again. At least they are consistent.

    Jephro321Jephro321Hace 8 días
    • They didn't cut anything out. The livestream ended shortly after landing. The explosion happened approx 7/8 minutes later

      Matt's Youtube stuffMatt's Youtube stuffHace 3 horas
    • Did you even seen the live stream?

      K4!T3NK4!T3NHace 3 días
    • This is the testing stage it's normal for things to blow up.

      6969Hace 3 días
    • @Jephro321 Was saying no to you stating they cut it out. Yes it exploded, but they didnt "cut it out" they ended the stream before it exploded.

      alexn310alexn310Hace 8 días
    • @alexn310 no what it blew up period.

      Jephro321Jephro321Hace 8 días
  • launch pad is too close to the installations ! dangerous

    gilbondfacgilbondfacHace 9 días
  • When landing, the ignition is too late to correct. It needs to be 1-2 seconds earlier.The liquid fuel bunker should be divided into many small bunkers. Otherwise, if the whole bunker is turned vertically to horizontal, and then to vertical, the kinetic energy of the liquid itself can heat itself, causing expansion and deflagration

    KK FFKK FFHace 9 días
    • @TimePro oh nvm I commented on this before I check Elon’s Tweet again I kinda didn’t remember the case

      Epic gamer Heap1Epic gamer Heap1Hace 2 días
    • @Epic gamer Heap1 Starship DOES use helium. After SN8s crash helium was put into the header tank of SN9 and SN10 to keep the tank pressurized and to prevent what happened to SN8. The helium was not supposed to be ingested.

      TimeProTimeProHace 2 días
    • @TimePro An Starship does not have helium it only uses lox, methane fuel and pressure.

      Epic gamer Heap1Epic gamer Heap1Hace 2 días
    • @Epic gamer Heap1 That would be the case for SN8. SN10 has a hard landing because it ingested helium unexpectedly.

      TimeProTimeProHace 4 días
    • It is not late according to Elon the single raptor engine was low on thrust to due low pressure inside of one of the tanks

      Epic gamer Heap1Epic gamer Heap1Hace 4 días
  • Вероятно, данная труба должна изображать носитель? Труба еле-еле взобралась на высоту 2 км и опустилась на землю. Как она собирается разогнать полезный груз до необходимой скорости? Это просто лапша для неграмотных.

    Dolores IzabellaDolores IzabellaHace 9 días
  • Need to add a parachute placed on top of the missile, when it falls straight. Need to improve the landing cooling system with the missile fixation axle after landing, I mean upgrading the yard system so that under it there is a shaft that can move and attach itself. as a landing gear. Maybe so, try using a flying parachute that cuts off when the Rocket is falling in mid-air. hm ... i think this idea can be sold, maybe n't 😄

    Huỳnh Đức LêHuỳnh Đức LêHace 10 días
    • @Huỳnh Đức Lê Please for the love of god stop calling it a missile!

      It’s grantIt’s grantHace 7 días
    • @Huỳnh Đức Lê Yes, but they've already demonstrated they can land it without, and a parachute would also increase turnaround time for reuse. No need for one if propulsive landing can already yield the requested results.

      alexn310alexn310Hace 8 días
    • @alexn310 I know it's heavy, I mean the parachute is only used for a short time and then cut off when the missile is horizontal, except that the missile is placed at the top of the missile retained at the upright position. The parachute flew horizontally should be two moderate instead of one large enough to bear the load since it would be cut off to enter the final stage anyway. Although mainly used to reduce the force and help more stability, the possibility of wind, the weather will adversely affect the parachute and affect the missile but this problem can be improved. which is that you can use three parachutes to change your posture from horizontal to straight if you cut the parachute from the tail of the Rocket.

      Huỳnh Đức LêHuỳnh Đức LêHace 8 días
    • Starship is too heavy for a parachute.

      alexn310alexn310Hace 8 días
  • what do you make of this: Take a look at the spaceX logo. (the actual logo). When I look at the logo SpaceX... I'm seeing: Spy.... then it says..... Cc .....(which in numerology is 33. Freemasons number). .... Then what looks like a symbol that appear to be something trying to 'break out of the dome". So that's one interpretation. Or another: Spa cex. Or in other words "Spa Sex". then the X in that looks like it could represent the act of sex (look carefully, it's crazy.) (boom-chic-a-waa-waa). Okay and a 3rd interpretation goes like this: SpaceX. Well "X" in english and internationally is a way of saying "No". So it's Space-NO. or in reverse: No Space. Which is pretty obvious these days. So those are 3 interpretations of the SpaceX LOGO.

    nice guynice guyHace 10 días
    • @nice guy I have no patience for people with special needs

      It’s grantIt’s grantHace 2 días
    • @69 no joke. All major corporate logos have something encoded.

      nice guynice guyHace 2 días
    • @It’s grant no joke. All major corporate logos have something encoded.

      nice guynice guyHace 2 días
    • @K4!T3N The rockets are a scam. The cars are turning out to be a scam. Everyone who's used PayPal for any length of time knows it's a complete scam. What has he turned out yet that's actually a quality product that's not a lie or a scam??? The car is one thing, because it's just a really really shitty car. But the rockets are total frauds. It's not space exploration. It's a fireworks company. People are so dumb they don't understand anything.

      nice guynice guyHace 2 días
    • You milking it??.... bruuuuuuhhhh

      K4!T3NK4!T3NHace 3 días
  • I think that the engineers made a mistake in constructing the "SN" rocket in that they practically limited the cooling of the "Raptor" engine. When the descent starts and the engines start, they start or do not work. Then air pressure is created which returns the heat to the "pot", so to speak. With Falcon rockets, the engines are free and they don't have that problem. One of the solutions is to drill holes in the lower part, next to the legs, or to line the engines with refractory material.

    Biljana Milinčić-BežanovićBiljana Milinčić-BežanovićHace 10 días
  • Did anybody see the paper clip to the right of screen

    hordes Coffeehordes CoffeeHace 10 días
    • ?????????? please show when?????????? U OK DUDE????????????

      It’s grantIt’s grantHace 7 días
  • Well done folks . Keep it up .

    Die KatzeDie KatzeHace 10 días
  • cgi did not improve much i guess..

    derms terderms terHace 10 días
    • @K4!T3N you speak like you came from there lol

      derms terderms terHace 3 días
    • @derms ter Go to boca chica, texas.... you're just lazy... lol

      K4!T3NK4!T3NHace 3 días
    • @derms ter Theirs no need...... theirs hundreds of videos of the landing .......

      Eduardo Rodriguez VazquezEduardo Rodriguez VazquezHace 7 días
    • @Eduardo Rodriguez Vazquez you film the landing for me, i will believe

      derms terderms terHace 7 días
    • @derms ter Go to boca chica in the next 2-3 weeks for SN15..........Lets see if its CGI at that point :)

      Eduardo Rodriguez VazquezEduardo Rodriguez VazquezHace 7 días
  • team.

    bouytt guytbouytt guytHace 10 días
  • Оооо ес 🤑

    FinZdravFinZdravHace 10 días
  • Cool

    nothing is impossiblenothing is impossibleHace 10 días
    • esworld.info/do/iIjdhINoq32zp6s/v-deo.html

      Aistis AukstikalnisAistis AukstikalnisHace 9 días
  • The mature pan practically observe because custard adventitiously refuse apud a unadvised captain. handy, dull black

    Ca SneaksCa SneaksHace 10 días
  • Eh 3 years left before the starship goes to Mars

    Jared Johanne AgustinJared Johanne AgustinHace 10 días
    • Comento : viendo lo bien me llama la atención la toma de este lanzamiento que alguien por favor me explique como se realizo esta toma que tipo de cámara se uso no se s

      bouytt guytbouytt guytHace 10 días
  • That.... was incredible!

    Ron GuadaRon GuadaHace 11 días
  • soooooo perfect

    NOOBSTORENOOBSTOREHace 11 días
  • Release the onboard camera during descent so that we can see space at that altitude. Oh nevermind, it's still the decades long grammar why not

    dLedger XYZdLedger XYZHace 11 días
    • This flight went to 10km. If you want to 'see space at that altitude', whatever that means, you'd be better served by booking a flight on an airliner, as they can get up to 13km.

      Brent SmithBrent SmithHace 4 días
  • more tax payers money down the Shitter

    Boris WrongstonBoris WrongstonHace 11 días
    • Your probably more dependent on the government tax payers than SpaceX is.........Their a private space company :)

      Eduardo Rodriguez VazquezEduardo Rodriguez VazquezHace 7 días
    • It's a private company, no tax payers money

      Ethan RobertsEthan RobertsHace 11 días
  • The reduced vibration of this missile is an unparalleled precedent

    ceerw butyceerw butyHace 11 días
  • You are coming from the SN11 flight test yesterday. 😂

    Charalampos AvgenikosCharalampos AvgenikosHace 11 días
    • Yes 😭😭

      ForgeSkyGamingForgeSkyGamingHace 10 días
  • Это что то фантастическое

    Максим ПоскинМаксим ПоскинHace 11 días
  • The typical profit quantitatively scold because height formally mix notwithstanding a steadfast room. squeamish, incandescent net

    Peter ZhuPeter ZhuHace 12 días
  • the geniuses just keep showing off.. very impressive

    Daniel PerezDaniel PerezHace 12 días
    • Give it a few more minutes

      ceerw butyceerw butyHace 11 días
  • Congratulations 🎉👍

    HYTECH REALATORSHYTECH REALATORSHace 12 días
  • The brash destruction joly add because tuna tellingly complain notwithstanding a helpful smile. quizzical, bright nation

    one clickone clickHace 12 días
  • The dramatic club relevantly kiss because otter broadly scorch per a selfish aluminium. square, impolite temple

    Mayo GarlandMayo GarlandHace 12 días
  • pero tambien da la impresión que fue un lanzamiento controlado preparando algo a si como para un futuro aterrizaje esa son mis tres impresiones no se elucubro

    Manuel MartinManuel MartinHace 12 días
  • Comento : viendo lo bien me llama la atención la toma de este lanzamiento que alguien por favor me explique como se realizo esta toma que tipo de cámara se uso no se si existe tecnología para enfocar a tan larga distancia esta toma me hace recordar un programa de Tv de cuando era niño .( Thunderbirds Los Guardianes del Espacio ) que por cierto todo lo que allí emitían hoy día es una realidad ........................suspicacia

    Manuel MartinManuel MartinHace 12 días
  • Рогозин обосрался...

    Андрій ВолодимировичАндрій ВолодимировичHace 12 días
  • Who’s here after SN11 blew up mid-flip maneuver

    Jay PaintJay PaintHace 12 días
    • @Jay Paint That's better!

      KidSpaceFansKidSpaceFansHace 3 días
    • @KidSpaceFans Yeah that sounds a bit pessimistic. Let me fix that.

      Jay PaintJay PaintHace 3 días
    • mid-landing flip you mean

      Pol VallsPol VallsHace 11 días
    • It didn't blow up mid-flight...

      KidSpaceFansKidSpaceFansHace 11 días
  • Elon: NUCLEAR MISSILE COMIN' YOUR WAY!... Just kidding...

    ᛏᚤᚱᚠᛁᚾᚷᚱᛏᚤᚱᚠᛁᚾᚷᚱHace 12 días
    • a missile coming belly first?

      Pol VallsPol VallsHace 11 días
  • ...SpaceXtastic...!!!

    Ian MortonIan MortonHace 12 días
  • Shouldn't have launched sn11 in the fog, it was gonna blow up anyway even if the FTS didn't work. Welp sn15 here we come

    asterisKsasterisKsHace 12 días
    • Wether there was fog or not it doesn’t change anything.

      TimeProTimeProHace 7 días
    • That's what I said! And everyone went mental at me for calling SpaceX foolish as fuck for doing so. Completely rushed and wasted.

      Darth RevanDarth RevanHace 8 días
  • great achievement, the landing is awesome, but somehow i don't like those type of spaceships. I believe one day we will go into one piece of fully controlled spaceship :)

    DonDonHace 12 días
    • @Matt's ESworld stuff rather 500-1000y ;)

      DonDonHace un hora
    • @Don Yes it's very interesting indeed. Perhaps we will see such technological advancements 50-100 years from now.

      Matt's Youtube stuffMatt's Youtube stuffHace 2 horas
    • @Matt's ESworld stuff to travel to new stars also requires very high medical knowledge, Hybernation. if it will turn out no teleporation is possible (again quantum entanglement story) That quantum ental..... is imo one of the most important thing in whole science. Why it exists, what is that for? to carry mental state from dead body ? living after death in different dimention? We can't see any real connection of paired subparticules on distance, but maybe this is the effect of some processes from highe dimension. As scientist can't detect any even smallest fluctuation of anything during the process ,when changing state of 1st particular automatically change state of the other in time of ZERO at whatever distance. If I remember the latest test was performed at the distance of around 60kms or more. Although near death experience (NDE) happens only in our heads.... we cannot just say for 100% that it's due to processes in brain (very likely) but if we hear that those people could be in all places they want at the same time, that they even could tell what their family members (away) were doing while they were "out" of their bodies as they claim. Of course assuming that at least a few stories were real not just faked for any reason...as people can do a lot for money. ....selling stories etc. The most interesting is the case of neurosurgeon (not religiious one). What the nature uses that feature for. This is the most interesting thing for me in whole science...

      DonDonHace 2 horas
    • @Don You are right, of course, we don't know the technological advancements that will occur well into the future. The sort of technology that helps engineer an SSTO vehicle will likely be used to travel to new stars.

      Matt's Youtube stuffMatt's Youtube stuffHace 3 horas
    • @Matt's ESworld stuff nowadays impossible. Imagine getting energy from splitting atom ( a lot in atmosphere) on fly and later in space getting it from photons or other stuff, included magainzed energy from new kind of battery. Too early to even imagine how it may be in next 1000years. I bet the aim is not to carry too much fuel with the ship and that might be possible as you can get energy from anything.. what matters is to create proper devices which can do that. Also imagine that something might be hidden.. explain how works quantum entalngement... maybe we will be able to send small portions of energy if a source is millions kms away. If we can affect a state of an sub-atom particular on distance, that means a change. a change means that something happens if something happens you can get energy from that...as there is no action without energy. to change something = energy rises... so why not to connect millions of the particles to set entanglement on on those packets and do something with that on distance ;) In space you only needs energy to change velocity and direction of you vehicle... landing or starting from planets different storry as you have a lot of particules in atmospheres you can use to get that energy

      DonDonHace 3 horas
  • Yep, I knew it

    Syahrul RidzuanSyahrul RidzuanHace 12 días
  • High altitude ? ??? It's a rocket , ten kilometers ( six miles ) is not high . Germany was sending rockets that high in 1944 . 76 years and no progress ??? . And this is an empty rocket , load her up with fuel and life support systems and this tin can will never leave the launch pad . MARS has nothing to fear

    Neil McmacNeil McmacHace 12 días
    • @Neil Mcmac so you're stuck in the past considering you said you lived through the 60s and 70s. You're hated for Elon Musk also seems to be getting in the way of your good judgment if you ever had any. Starship and Saturn v are not comparable. We did not have real reusable rockets in the 40s quit making up shit.

      6969Hace 3 días
    • @Pol Valls dollars to doughnuts says Musk picks up and leaves town before any of his make believe rockets ever reach orbit . He is just suckling as many dollars out of the system that he can , or are you one of those morons that really believe Musk is using his own money . Lay off the drugs and try to think ahead a little , you load that tin can up with supplies, life support, crew quarters and extra engines and fuel to orbit and de-orbit and you have a disaster waiting to happen . Nothing but a pipe dream .

      Neil McmacNeil McmacHace 5 días
    • @Neil Mcmac falcon 9 landed at its 5th try and now it's the most reliable rocket. Starship had 4, and next prototype is full of new technologies successfully proven. Please, don't compare a mission to a test. The expectations are different, Saturn V was pioneering, Starship is so too. And Sn10 landed. SN11 tested advanced solutions, they learn from them and they will do the same, fly fail fix

      Pol VallsPol VallsHace 5 días
    • @Eduardo Rodriguez Vazquez yeah it wasnt a good paragraph but you get the point that im trying to make. again, you said it very well

      IsaQuestIsaQuestHace 7 días
    • @IsaQuest because you don't learn anything if the damn thing is not balanced as it would be , or loaded as it would be . Musk is going ass backwards . Proving something that doesn't help him one little bit in the real world . Put weights in to make up for crew, fuel, live support . Now test it , Musk is testing on an empty can , the balance point will not be close to what a real ships balance would be ,,,,, so at the end of the day Musk has learned zero .

      Neil McmacNeil McmacHace 7 días
  • Give it a few more minutes

    haug0099haug0099Hace 12 días
  • whos here after sn11

    ToXiC_BigFatBabyToXiC_BigFatBabyHace 12 días
  • 🚀My rating: Starship SN8: 8/10 Starship SN9: 4/10 Starship SN10: 9/10 Starship SN11: 2/10 Gonna update my rating every time from now on.

    Latortuga 007Latortuga 007Hace 12 días
    • What is your rating based on? Level of excitement or what was achieved? I'm just curious as to how you gave SN11 a 2/10, you couldn't see a damn thing! lol I would argue that SN11 is an unfortunate 0/10 because of the fog, but from an engineering perspective a 10/10 because it helped them identify an issue that they need to fix for future missions.

      Matt's Youtube stuffMatt's Youtube stuffHace 3 horas
    • @IsaQuest no.

      Pol VallsPol VallsHace 11 días
    • @TimePro the leaning was cool too

      Latortuga 007Latortuga 007Hace 11 días
    • SN9 I'd say would be also 9/10. They fixed the header tank issue that was present in SN8s flight.

      TimeProTimeProHace 11 días
    • @Starship SN10 ur welcome! ☺️

      Latortuga 007Latortuga 007Hace 11 días
  • Nutso!!lol...beautiful but nuts!!!congratulations to the whole team!!

    Armchair RevolutionaryArmchair RevolutionaryHace 12 días
  • I remember when these looked like grain silos

    EfloorEfloorHace 12 días
  • The trite market significantly harass because ship lilly glow without a empty history. wrong, depressed maraca

    Gerald WagnerGerald WagnerHace 12 días
  • didnt it explode a couple minutes after?

    Afri ColaAfri ColaHace 12 días
    • this is the test flight video, this is not the video of the entire recovery process

      Pol VallsPol VallsHace 11 días
    • it exploded 8 minutes later. but that's the fault of the landing legs,

      Roland B.Roland B.Hace 11 días
  • Who is here after SN11?

    tomer Ktomer KHace 12 días
    • me

      Pol VallsPol VallsHace 11 días
    • Me

      27ratri kongsanti27ratri kongsantiHace 12 días
    • me

      Jan ScampiJan ScampiHace 12 días
  • The quality is amazing

    KaterinaTalantlivaKaterinaTalantlivaHace 12 días
  • 'these datas'

    CYBERCELCYBERCELHace 12 días
  • COMPLETELY CGI !! Maybe they want to remember others to the old SS20 ....

    HalumashHalumashHace 12 días
    • @K4!T3N what?

      6969Hace 3 días
    • @69 Go to boca chica texas.... You're just lazy

      K4!T3NK4!T3NHace 3 días
    • @Halumash that argument doesn't even make sense.

      6969Hace 3 días
    • @69 And propably they where the same reasons since that time in 69 , Mister 69 ...

      HalumashHalumashHace 3 días
    • @69 I already changed my mindset, my dear. Good night!!

      HalumashHalumashHace 3 días
  • kkkkkkkk a partir dos 10 min. computação gráfica, só se for muuuuito idiota pra acreditar

    Emerson GalattiEmerson GalattiHace 12 días
    • its not cgi. just look at the other people’s footage

      IsaQuestIsaQuestHace 12 días
    • esse cinegrafista é bom heim, caiu junto com o foguete, manteve-o nivelado no centro da imagem e só pra mostrar que é bom mesmo deu zoom out aos 11:35, aos 11:41 se vc não riu eu não vou te explicar...aos 12:05 a quicada na nave é a melhor...enfim...é por isso que os maus não disfarçam mais, não é necessário...

      Emerson GalattiEmerson GalattiHace 12 días
  • E mesmo que subas tão alto como uma águia e entre as estrelas plantes o teu ninho Eu te derrubarei.

    Rui SarmentoRui SarmentoHace 12 días
  • Even if it blew up, my confidence in SpaceX has never been higher, and it will keep going up.

    Dhruva ShahDhruva ShahHace 12 días
  • Or even space travel

    hordes Coffeehordes CoffeeHace 12 días
  • Could it be possible to building an atom smasher in space. And place it vertically? Because, Im assuming that it must be laid down on earth, it could draw objects to it. If some way we could manipulate a simulated gravitational pull. We could then harness it as anti gravity. If its on or around an object. Could that work, is this possible. Or build it separately build some large mass to simulate a gravitational pull like earth's. Just asking a question

    hordes Coffeehordes CoffeeHace 12 días
  • Starship on the pad after landing is something straight out of a movie. I mean that's a two lane highway right next to it! Its too big to be real

    alexanderx33alexanderx33Hace 12 días
  • but they didn't show it blowing up which it did 6 mins later after landing

    Your MomYour MomHace 12 días
    • They stopped the recording before it blew up.

      6969Hace 3 días
  • These times remind me of the 60s and mans desire to go beyond what we never thought would never be possible. Really amazing ship and really amazing guy Elon Musk.

    VirtualEchoboltVirtualEchoboltHace 13 días
  • Nice animation!

    Ash WilliamsAsh WilliamsHace 13 días
    • Go to boca chica

      David XDavid XHace 3 días
    • It’s real

      MOLEMOLEHace 12 días
    • Ooo which part?

      Bloody EvolutionBloody EvolutionHace 13 días
  • It is definitely no coincidence, that the bellyflop starts at T+4:20

    SeverinSeverinHace 13 días
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