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For the first time, a Starship prototype roars to life with three engines – Ars Technica

SpaceX now likely to fully assemble spaceship for a 15km test flight.

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As part of the Starship program, SpaceX began experimenting with earlier prototypes in late 2019 and early 2020, losing three vehicles during various proof tests. In May, the company successfully tested a full scale tank section of its Starship vehicle (SN4) for the first time with a single Raptor engine. It was later lost due to a ground-systems issue.
Then, in August, and again in September, it flew two different vehiclesSN5 and SN6on short hops to 150 meters. These vehicles looked something …

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