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SpaceX successfully launches and lands the Starship in its first flight.

The last four tests ended with heavy explosions. The success of the first American flight in space, Alan Shepard, marked the 60th anniversary. SpaceX launched the revolutionary Starship on Wednesday with a great arrival and eventually nailed a rocket ship test flight that Elon Musk plans to use for landing moon astronauts and transferring people to Mars.

The previous four trials ended in a heavy explosion in the south-eastern tip of Texas near Brownsville before, during or shortly after its touchdown.

SpaceX successfully launches and lands its Starship prototype rocket |  TechCrunch

This newly updated iteration of the SpaceX full-scale, bullet-shaped, stainless steel rocket hurried over the Gulf of Mexico for more than 6 miles before turning down and down horizontally and then vertical again on time for touchdown.

“We’re down, as you can see from the live stream, Starbase Flight Control has reported. The Stereotype is over! ” John Insprucker has been confirmed as a launch commentator.

A fire was quickly extinguished at the base of the 160-foot rocket and after six minutes of flight, the rocket remained standing. Musk’s landing tweet was “nominal,” that is to say in a journal.

On the 60th anniversary of the first American space flight, Alan Shepard, success came. The arrival of four more astronauts at the Space station for NASA, the nation’s first nighttime crew crash from the Apollo moonshots, and a pair of launches of its mini-internet satellites have been a spectacular achievement for SpaceX for two weeks.

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Less than a month ago, NASA decided to supply astronauts to the lunar surface in the next few years. SpaceX’s Starship. However, the 3 billion dollar deal was suspended last week, following a protest from the losing companies-Jeff Bezos’s Blue Origin and Dynetics.

Last month, Musk said NASA money would support Starship growth, which is intended to be launched on a Super Heavy booster. He said that it is a “pretty costly” project that has been financed mostly internally so far. In December, it was the first high altitude test.

“We’ve blown up a couple of them, as you might say if you watched the videos. So excitement, one way or the other, is guaranteed, “Musk told reporters on April 23, after the second flight of the private crew.

Starship still stood tall long after the Wednesday touchdown.

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