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Founded by Elon Musk in 2002, SpaceX is an American aerospace manufacturer and space transportation company renowned for its ambitious mission to lower space transportation expenses and facilitate the colonization of Mars. SpaceX has developed the Falcon 1, Falcon 9, and Falcon Heavy rockets, as well as the Dragon spacecraft, which has been used to deliver cargo to the International Space Station (ISS) under contracts with NASA Launch SpaceX Starship Rocket.

The company has also been working on the Starship spacecraft, designed for interplanetary travel and human colonization of Mars. SpaceX has achieved several milestones, including the first privately funded spacecraft to reach orbit, the first privately funded spacecraft to dock with the ISS, and the first privately funded spacecraft to land on an ocean platform.

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BROWNSVILLE, TEXAS – MARCH 14: The SpaceX Starship Flight 3 Rocket launches at the Starbase facility on March 14, 2024, in Brownsville, Texas. The operation is SpaceX’s third attempt at launching this rocket into space. The Starship Flight 3 rocket became the world’s largest rocket launched into space and is vital to NASA’s plans for landing astronauts on the Moon and Elon Musk’s hopes of eventually colonizing Mars. (Photo by Brandon Bell/Getty Images)

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SpaceX’s Starship rocket ‘lost’ during re-entry

The launch appeared flawless as all 33 engines at the base of the booster ignited, propelling the vehicle to its planned staging point where the Ship detached and continued its journey into space.

Today’s launch, known as Integrated Flight Test-3 (IFT-3), marked the third test mission for the fully assembled Starship. The initial and subsequent Starship launches in the previous year concluded dramatically, with the vehicles exploding before fulfilling their mission objectives. Nevertheless, the data gathered from these initial flights aided SpaceX engineers in preparing Starship for future success.

The Ship completed its powered ascent, with engines shutting down as scheduled. Everything seemed to be going according to plan as the Ship coasted around the Earth.

Several minutes later, SpaceX verified the spacecraft’s loss, likely due to either disintegration or burning up during re-entry, or crashing into the sea. Nevertheless, achieving most of the planned trajectory for the hour-long test flight of Starship signifies a significant advancement in developing a spacecraft vital to Elon Musk’s satellite launch enterprise and NASA’s lunar program. NASA Administrator Bill Nelson extended congratulations to SpaceX, labeling it “a successful test flight” in a statement shared on the social media platform X

SpaceX’s Starship encountered a setback upon its return to Earth following the completion of most of its test flight.

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As the rocket hurtles through the atmosphere at high speeds during re-entry, it encounters resistance from the air. Similar to inflating a bicycle tire, the air struggles to move aside quickly enough. Consequently, the intense friction generates extremely high temperatures, reaching around 1,000 to 2,000 degrees Celsius in this energetic setting.


Hundreds of Spring Break spectators, rocket enthusiasts, and SpaceX fans congregated along the southern shores of South Padre Island and its vicinity to witness the third test flight of the largest rocket ever constructed. Approximately 5 miles (8 Km) south of the gathered crowds, SpaceX’s colossal Starship vehicle soared into the sky this morning (March 14) at 9:25 a.m. Eastern Daylight Time (EDT), equivalent to 1325 Greenwich Mean Time (GMT), emanating from the corporation’s manufacturing and test launch sites adjacent to Boca Chica Beach.

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The South Padre crowd erupted in cheers as the dim morning sky lit up with the ignition of Starship’s 33 first-stage Raptor engines, enveloping almost the entire vehicle in dust and smoke. Within seconds, the 400-foot tall (122 meters) rocket emerged from the plume, rapidly ascending into the sky.

The pictures at re-entry were spectacular; you could see the super-heated gases enveloping the Ship. You could see the vehicle moving its flaps to try to control the descent.

Our coverage concludes here, but anticipate SpaceX’s swift return with another test flight, potentially totaling six more this year. Stay tuned for our next update.

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