SpaceX’s SN9 starship prototype launches engine for the first time

SpaceX's SN9 starship prototype launches engine for the first time

SpaceX has released its latest version Spaceship The first prototype.

Starts three SN9 engines Today (January 6) at 17:07 EST (2200 GMT) during a fire test near the village of Boca Chika on the Gulf Coast at SpaceX in South Texas.

The static fire, which starts the rocket engine while the vehicle remains at anchor, is a preliminary test. If all goes according to plan, SN9 (“Serial No. 9”) will be released soon: SpaceX The vehicle is preparing for a test flight that is expected to be similar last month.

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SpaceX’s SN9 starship prototype takes first static test shoot on January 6, 2021, this footage was taken by SPadre.com (Image credit: SPadre.com)

On December 9, SN9 launched the next-generation three-adapter engine, the SN8 – SpaceX. The first high jump for starship, At an altitude of about 7.8 miles (12.5 km) in the sky over South Texas. (The previous three single-engine prototypes were transmitted, but all reached a maximum height of 500 feet or 150 meters.)

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