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Joined on 16 December, 2016
Last night SpaceX technicians celebrated a perfect test of its deep space rocket after it landed safely back on the launch pad.
However, a few moments later the rocket blew up, showering the pad with flaming debris.
The cause of the explosion is under investigation.
Replying to @hiromichimizuno: Only the people who think this was a success would be able to change the world. Others will remain observers.
Looks like @elonmusk was at the Boca launchsite today to inspect the aftermath of Starship SN10 - looks very happy!
Then drove off in a Tesla Model Y, pretty badass.
The future is looking bright for Starbase, Texas. To Mars!
Photo credits to Daniel Sanchez.
Falcon 9 disappears into a 700-foot cloud deck as it sends the latest batch of Starlink internet satellites into orbit at 3:24am EST early Thursday.
I can’t imagine what people would’ve thought if they were showed this image 100 years ago
This is a composite image of SN10's launch and landing. I set this camera to shoot one frame a second, threw out any overlapping shots and stacked them all so we can see the trajectory better. @NASASpaceflight
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