SpaceX Starship Crashes After High-Altitude Flight Test

Credit: SpaceX
A SpaceX Starship prototype, powered for the first time by a trio of liquid oxygen- and methane-burning Merlin engines, crashed during a landing attempt following the company’s first high-altitude flight test. The 160-ft.-tall, stainless-steel vehicle, designated Starship SN8, lifted off at 5:45 p.m...

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