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Starship 10 Successful Launch Manuevre and Landing!


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That's a 14 min video , the first 5 mins the thing sits on the launch pad doing nothing .... Launch was a success... Yippee ..well done,  It didn't blow up! 

 

Forgive me if I'm not impressed ...It's basically the same thing that Hitler launched by the thousands ( V1's )   Eighty Years Ago ! 

But each new generation forgets ... and so the controllers can get away with keeping us stalled  with stone age technology....

 

The big joke among the ET's is humans use space craft with flames coming out the back ...lol 

 

But rockets are just for the surface human population . In secret , unknown to the public the cabal have an off world empire with millions of personnel and fleets of advanced anti gravity propelled craft (no flames!)  

 

The company behind this rocket is Musk's Space X  ... the same enterprise that is putting up thousands of 5G satellites ...

 

He calls the engines in this rocket "Raptor Engines" 

 

Raptor is an abbreviation of Velociraptor , bearing a resemblance to our Rep controllers. 

 

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9 hours ago, Velma said:

Fantastic success for SpaceX as it's rocket took a full eight minutes before it exploded. Can't wait to fly to Mars in Elon's SN10! (NOT!)

 

Ahh... This rocket did Explode!!! 

 

The video in the first post on this thread does not show the whole story ...It shows the the take off and landing which did go OK .... But it didn't show the thing exploding 5 mins latter !! 

 

lol ...you couldn't make this stuff up ! Three launches so far and they all blew up! 

 

They are not that incompetent. This is by design , they do not want tourists going into space ... just too many ET's (and humans in the SSP) buzzing around out there ...

 

As I suggested in a post about a year ago , Musk is part of the Cabal , his job (with Branson) is to attract all the investors who think space tourism is a good idea . This diverts investors away from backing genuine independent space pioneers ... Musk and Branson will make big promises , but make sure space tourism never happens. 

 

Article below from NY Times yesterday 

 

SpaceX Mars Rocket Prototype Explodes, but This Time It Lands First

Two earlier flights of the Starship rocket crashed spectacularly. This one returned to the ground in one piece, then blew up.

 

Two spectacular flights, two spectacular crash landings. The third time was almost the charm.

On Wednesday, SpaceX launched another high-altitude flight of Starship, a huge next-generation spacecraft that Elon Musk, the founder and chief executive of the private rocket company, dreams of sending to Mars. It returned to the ground and set down in one piece, but then lit up in another fiery blast minutes after the landing.

As the sun set over the test site in Boca Chica, Tex., close to Brownsville, the latest prototype, designated SN10, lifted off, its stainless steel exterior gaining a purple hue as it ascended toward an altitude of just over six miles, well below the orbital heights that SpaceX one day intends to achieve.

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11 hours ago, oz93666 said:

 

Ahh... This rocket did Explode!!! 

 

The video in the first post on this thread does not show the whole story ...It shows the the take off and landing which did go OK .... But it didn't show the thing exploding 5 mins latter !! 

 

lol ...you couldn't make this stuff up ! Three launches so far and they all blew up! 

 

 

 

Art of troll.....:classic_smile:

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yvJZEd1meCE

 

Came down too fast, hit hard, damaged the landing struts and other stuff.

 

This is the space equivalent of handbrake parrallel parking

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17 hours ago, Captainlove said:

Did the rocket hit the dome again.

 

It certainly hit something.

 

Hopefully it won't take 73 attempts to get it right but one must ask why the obsession with landing on a hard surface.

 

Landing in a 50,000 ton vat of fire quenching custard would be much cheaper and a lot more satisfying.

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7 hours ago, Jake156 said:

Well, the rocket exploded, but it was a perfect landing. SN11 was moved to the launch pad and awaits for static fire test. I hope it will occur in the coming days. Has someone any predictions for the SN11 launch? 

 

 

Growing up with black and white TV in the early years of the space race  watching rerun's of Andy Pandy,  Fireball XL5 and the like interspersed with news broadcasts that quite often included US rocket failures so I'll reserve any predictions on the SN series.

 

Of course things did improve over time in the 60's. We got to see them blow up in full colour. :classic_smile:

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On 3/19/2021 at 3:30 PM, Jake156 said:

Well, the rocket exploded, but it was a perfect landing. SN11 was moved to the launch pad and awaits for static fire test. I hope it will occur in the coming days. Has someone any predictions for the SN11 launch? 

 

My mention of Fireball XL5 wan't a  subtle prediction but SN11 launch did indeed end in failure.

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MoEv0dkWlvA

 

Onwards and upwards for SN 15

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