Spacecraft: The Giant Rocket's Fourth Successful Flight Is Titled Amazing Video

Starship's fourth launch has Hollywood video title

This was the event that took place last June: the fourth test flight of the most powerful rocket ever built, the rocket capable of returning Americans to the moon for a second time. A true success, the fourth launch of the rocket on June 6 was long overdue. Live broadcast It lasted for 10 hours during the event, but just to cut things short and make it even more impressive, SpaceX yesterday released a 2:40 video to recap the events (roughly the length of the rocket's first flight – that's how far we've come).

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Hollywood video

There’s something to believe in in Hollywood. This short video shows just how successful the company dedicated to Elon Musk’s conquest of space has been. We see the 33 Raptor engines ignite in unison (except for one), and then the 5,000-ton rocket takes to the skies. Reusable, the first stage (or booster) detaches for a fall toward the Gulf of Mexico (all while simulating a landing — though without the tower that’s supposed to eventually hold it). The previous test had some glitches, such as losing contact with this first stage at an altitude of 400 meters. This time, the images broadcast showed a clear improvement in the process, and the cheers of joy from the SpaceX teams showed the full extent of the success.

Spacecraft in the starting blocks for fifth launch

Spacecraft in the starting blocks for fifth launch

All the while, the rocket continued its trajectory around the Earth, just before reaching its orbit. Then its return to Earth began according to the planned plan. Finally, an hour and five minutes after takeoff, the ship finally managed to land softly. This important moment in the conquest of space can therefore be relived thanks to the SpaceX Youtube account, and there is no doubt that the tests must now continue to allow astronauts to reach the Moon by 2026, even if this planned timetable may prove to be somewhat audacious. A new launch is also supposed to take place very soon: if we are to believe SpaceX, a new launch should take place in July, catching up with the ship midway through the journey.

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