See Elon Musk’s third test launch of the Super Starship missile

The SpaceX spacecraft of the billionaire successfully entered the “coasting” phase during its third test launch. Elon Musk’s super rocket abandoned the launch rig in Texas, and began moving to a height of 145 miles. This is the most successful test flight of the spacecraft to date. Starship is the largest and most powerful rocket in the world, with a height of nearly 120 meters, and is intended to carry astronauts to the moon. According to SpaceX “it will be able to carry up to 100 people on long-term interplanetary flights”. Finally, Elon Musk, SpaceX’s billionaire founder and CEO, wants Starship to fly to Mars. Every test flight carried out by SpaceX brings them closer together. Watch Starship’s third flight test → — SpaceX (@SpaceX) The first time the giant rocket was launched in April 2023, it exploded in less than four minutes on a planned 90-minute flight. Starship is coasting in space — SpaceX (@SpaceX) The next launch in November lasted about eight minutes before it exploded. Musk said the rocket would have to fly hundreds of missions without crew before transporting the first people. Starship’s Raptor engines have been signed during hot-staging separation. Super Heavy is executing the flip maneuver — SpaceX (@SpaceX) Today’s flight was to attempt to open the payload door and ignite an engine in space.