SpaceX Has Stacked Super Heavy BN-1, SN-11 Launch Target is Friday
The SN-11 SpaceX Starship prototype is prepping for a Friday launch. The SN10 was able complete its 10-kilometer flight and returned and landed. However, the SN10 landing was too hard and it resulted in an explosion a few minutes later. I think SpaceX will make the adjustments and fixes for a safe SN-11 landing.
The SpaceX BN1 Super Heavy has been stacked. BN1 will not be flown. It will be used for ground tests.
SuperHeavy (BN1) is in the air and is being prepped for stacking!🏗🚀 pic.twitter.com/Emjt7NA4pq
— Austin Barnard🚀 (@austinbarnard45) March 18, 2021
— Mary (@BocaChicaGal) March 18, 2021
SOURCES- SpaceX, Marcus House, What About It, Austin Barnard, Mary Bocachica Gal
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