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SpaceX Starship 12.5-Kilometer Flight LIVE Stream with the WAI Family!!!

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Second Try!!! SpaceX Starship 12.5-Kilometer Flight LIVE Stream with the WAI Family!!!

Welcome to the What about it!? SpaceX Starship SN8 12.5-Kilometer flight LIVE Stream EPISODE 2!!!

SpaceX is going for it again! A 12.5-kilometer Starship flight and we'll be watching it together, again! FINGERS CROSSED!!!

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SpaceX Starship SN8 12.5 km High Altitude Test Flight ???? Live

Starship SN8, equipped with a three Raptor engines, will attempt a major 12.5 km high altitude flight test at SpaceX's development and launch site at Boca Chica, Texas. The test article will rise to a maximum altitude of about 12.5 kilometers and translate downrange to the landing pad after performing it's skydiving belly flop maneuver. SN8 has six legs stowed inside the skirt which will be deployed in flight for landing. The exact launch time may not be known until just a few minutes before launch, and will be preceded by a local siren about 10 minutes ahead of time.

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SpaceX Starship SN8 12.5 km High Altitude Test Flight ???? Live [DEC 8 SCRUB]

Starship SN8, equipped with a three Raptor engines, will attempt a major 12.5 km high altitude flight test at SpaceX's development and launch site at Boca Chica, Texas. We had some fun during this live stream, but it was ultimately scrubbed. The next launch attempt will be here:

The test article will rise to a maximum altitude of about 12.5 kilometers and translate downrange to the landing pad after performing it's skydiving belly flop maneuver. SN8 has six legs stowed inside the skirt which will be deployed in flight for landing. The exact launch time may not be known until just a few minutes before launch, and will be preceded by a local siren about 10 minutes ahead of time.

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Starship SN8 12.5km Successful Test Flight - Full Livestream

SpaceX is attempting to fly Starship SN8 to an altitude of approximately 12.5 kilometers. The launch time is subject to change due to the fluid nature of the testing. The flight should occur sometime between 9 am and 5 pm Central time. Following liftoff, Starship SN8 will attempt a propulsive landing on SpaceX's landing zone located next to the launch pad.

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SpaceX Starship SN8 12.5 km High Altitude Test Launch and Explosion December 9, 2020

SpaceX conducted a test launch of its Starship SN8 Super Heavy-Lift rocket on December 9, 2020. Here's a video I took from about 6 miles away from the launch site. This test launch took place at Boca Chica Beach, Texas near the cities of South Padre Island and Brownsville.

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SpaceX Starship SN8 Flight | LIVE [ABORT]

ABORT. SpaceX is targeting Tuesday, December 8th for the 12.5 km flight of their Starship SN8 rocket from Boca Chica, TX. Starship will attempt to liftoff using 3 Raptor engines, descend like a skydiver - using its flaps for control, and land on a pad. Launch time is subject to change and could happen anytime between 8:00 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. CST. We will begin our stream once SpaceX begins theirs.

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SpaceX Starship 12.5-Kilometer Flight LIVE Stream with NASASpaceflight FAMILY!

Starship 12.5-Kilometer flight LIVE Stream!

SpaceX will continue a 12.5-kilometer Starship flight and we'll be watching it together again after yesterday. Engine Raptor Aborted in 1.03 secs!

SpaceX is attempting to fly Starship SN8 to an altitude of approximately 12.5 kilometers. The launch time is subject to change due to the fluid nature of the testing. The flight should occur sometime between 9 am and 5 pm Central time. Following liftoff, Starship SN8 will attempt a propulsive landing on SpaceX's landing zone located next to the launch pad.

[SCRUBBED DON’T WATCH!] Starship SN8's 12.5km test flight from only 5 miles [8km] away!!!

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SpaceX attempted a 12.5-kilometer hop with their Starship SN8 prototype vehicle. SN8 will lift off under the power of its three Raptor engines and fly to an altitude of approximately 12.5 km (~41,000 ft). At that altitude, using its body flaps, SN8 will flip to a horizontal position and descend belly-first.

Just prior to landing, using a combination of its engines and body flaps, SN8 will flip around again to attempt a soft propulsive landing.

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SpaceX Launch Starship on First 12.5km Flight

SpaceX have successfully launched their Starship SN8 prototype on a 12.5km flight for the first time. Whilst the landing did not successfully land, we are calling this test a massive success due to the wealth of information and data gleamed, Congratulations SpaceX!

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SpaceX Starship SN8 12.5km Flight Test

SpaceX successfully retried its Starship SN8 launch debut — which blasted off from the company's Boca Chica, Texas base on Wednesday, Dec. 9 at roughly 5:45 PM EST.

On its way down, it performed an aerial flip and exploded in a glorious fire when it impacted the Earth. This marks a major leap for SpaceX's forthcoming legacy vehicle designed to eventually take humans to Mars, for the first time.

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SpaceX Starship SN8 historic launch and landing fail

Elon Musk’s SpaceX made Starship SN8’s first high-altitude (12.5km) test flight (launch and landing) at Boca Chica (Texas) on December 8, 2020. Elon Musk’s explanations on SN8 first flight and construction of Raptor engine are included in this recap video (highlights). SpaceX is currently continuing to deploy a Starship spacecraft production base. Interplanetary Transportation System is the general aim for Elon and his company. He recently said that according to his plans humanity can probably land on Mars’ surface in 6 years (Axel Springer 2020 interview). Moon mission is closer than ever for now. Starship Serial Number 8 developed in Texas. Production sequence consists of two main threads. The first one is development, second one is testing. SN8 passed all tests to make historic flight from Cameron County on December 8, 2020. Vehicle equipped with three Raptor engines. There were several Static Fire tests and several engines were destroyed. But SpaceX replaced them and the last Static Fire test was successful. I’ve made some renders of Starship Lunar vehicle and Starship SN8 to visualize the landing sequence of the vehicle.

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95% success! SN8 12.5 km flight, explosive landing + Q&A w/ Raw Space (9 Dec 2020)

This is a replay of the live stream. 2:21:59 Final launch countdown!
Launch site: Boca Chica, TX
Destination: 12.5 km flight and self-landing
SpaceX Starship SN8 flew to an altitude of 12.5 km, tilted to perform a belly flop maneuver on descent using the adjustable nose and tail flaps for aerodynamic control, then attempted to propulsively land itself safely on the landing pad. However, according to Elon Musk, Fuel header tank pressure was low during landing burn, causing touchdown velocity to be high & RUD. (RUD = Rapid Unscheduled Disassembly.) It impacted the ground at approximately 49 mph (estimated), causing the rocket to explode. Still, SpaceX got all the data they needed from the test, and it was considered a BIG WIN!

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Starship SN8 | 12.5km flight (12/9/20) - [LIVE] ????

December 9, 2020 - Boca Chica, TX: We are currently waiting on a go for launch from the @SpaceX team (and Elon Musk) in southern Texas near Brownsville and South Padre Island for the launch of Starship SN8 (serial number eight) twelve and a half kilometer (12.5KM flight test), also known as the high altitude test.

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Elon Musk explained SpaceX's Starship SN8 explosion after landing

SpaceX completed Starship SN8’s first high-altitude 12.5 km test flight (launch and failed landing) at Boca Chica on December 9, 2020. Elon Musk’s explanations on SN8’s first flight and landing fail are included.

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Starship | SN8 | High-Altitude Flight Test

On Wednesday, December 9, Starship serial number 8 (SN8) lifted off from our Cameron County launch pad and successfully ascended, transitioned propellant, and performed its landing flip maneuver with precise flap control to reach its landing point. Low pressure in the fuel header tank during the landing burn led to high touchdown velocity resulting in a hard (and exciting!) landing.

Thank you to all the locals supporting our efforts in Cameron County and beyond. Congratulations to the entire Starship and SpaceX teams on today’s test! Serial number 9 (SN9) is up next – Mars, here we come!

Second Try!!! SpaceX Starship 12.5-Kilometer Flight LIVE Stream

SCRUB: Starship SN8 Scrubs Attempt at 12.5km Test Flight

SpaceX is attempting to fly Starship SN8 to an altitude of approximately 12.5 kilometers. The launch time is subject to change due to the fluid nature of the testing. The flight should occur sometime between 9 am and 5 pm Central time. Following liftoff, Starship SN8 will attempt a propulsive landing on SpaceX's landing zone located next to the launch pad.

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Watch SpaceX 1st ever attempt to Launch Starship SN8 LIVE to 12.5 km and then belly flop back down to earth.

SpaceX will be attempting a 12.5-kilometer hop with their Starship SN8 prototype vehicle. SN8 will lift off under the power of its three Raptor engines and fly to an altitude of approximately 12.5 km (~41,000 ft). At that altitude, using its body flaps, SN8 will flip to a horizontal position and descend belly-first.

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Just prior to landing, using a combination of its engines and body flaps, SN8 will flip around again to attempt a soft propulsive landing on the landing pad.


As early as Tuesday, December 8, the SpaceX team will make the first attempt of a high-altitude suborbital flight test of Starship serial number 8 (SN8) from our site in Cameron County, Texas. The schedule is dynamic and likely to change, as is the case with all development testing.

This suborbital flight is designed to test a number of objectives, from how the vehicle’s three Raptor engines perform, and the overall aerodynamic entry capabilities of the vehicle, including its body flaps, to how the vehicle manages propellant transition. SN8 will also attempt to perform a landing flip maneuver, which would be a first for a vehicle of this size.

With a test such as this, success is not measured by completion of specific objectives but rather how much we can learn as a whole, which will inform and improve the probability of success in the future as SpaceX rapidly advances development of Starship.

This will be a live feed of the flight test and will start a few minutes prior to liftoff. Stay tuned to our social media channels for updates as we move toward our first high altitude flight test of Starship!

Starship is SpaceX’s next-generation super-heavy launch vehicle. Starship can refer to just the second stage of the vehicle or the entirety of the launch vehicle. Its first stage, known as Super Heavy, will have 28 Raptor engines and will produce approximately 71.2 MN (16 million lbs) of thrust. That will make it more powerful than the Saturn V moon rocket. Starship and Super Heavy will lift off from a launchpad in either Boca Chica, Texas; Cape Canaveral, Florida; or from an offshore launch platform. After main engine cut-off (MECO), Super Heavy will separate from Starship and go back to land near the launch site. Starship will continue on to orbit. Depending on the mission, Starship will either deploy its payload or rendezvous with several “tanker” Starships and refuel before continuing to the Moon or Mars.

Prior to re-entry, Starship will perform a re-entry burn to bleed off enough of its velocity to leave orbit. It will then flip around and re-enter horizontally. Just before landing, Starship will flip around for a second time, performing a “belly-flop maneuver” to orient itself to a vertical position. It will fire its three sea-level Raptor engines and land in a similar way as the Falcon 9 and Super Heavy first stages.

SpaceX will attempt their first 12 km sub-orbital Startship launch from Boca Chica, Texas. According to SpaceX, The schedule is dynamic and likely to change, as is the case with all development testing. We have all been waiting for this day and it is finally here! Go SpaceX!
SpaceX is attempting to fly Starship SN8 to an altitude of approximately 12.5 kilometers. The launch time is subject to change due to the fluid nature of the testing. The flight should occur sometime between 9 am and 5 pm Central time. Following liftoff, Starship SN8 will attempt a propulsive landing on SpaceX's landing zone located next to the launch pad.

SN8 is the first full Starship prototype made almost entirely of 304L stainless steel. It’s also the first Starship prototype with a nosecone and aerodynamic control surfaces intended for flight.

For the 12.5-kilometer hop, SN8 will lift off under the power of three Raptor engines, shut them off once it reaches the right speed and altitude, and coast the rest of the way to 12.5 kilometers. Once at that altitude, SN8 will use its body flaps and RCS thrusters to reorientate itself to descend belly-first. Prior to landing, SN8 will reorientate to a vertical position using flaps and its Raptor engines then attempt a soft propulsive landing on the landing pad.

SN8 passed cryogenic testing on October 8 and successfully static fired for the first time with three engines on October 20 and a second time with a single engine on November 1

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