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The SpaceX Starship prototype in South Texas left the ground – although its explosion was not intentional.
Winds to 50 mph hit the nose conusion of the test vehicle earlier this week, according to a tweets of the founder of SpaceX Elon Musk. It will take a couple of weeks to fix, although the Stars' tanks are fine.
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The shipbuilder, with a test version recently met at Boca Chica beach near Brownsville, could one day take space travelers to the moon or Mars on a powerful rocket.
The Starship integrated with the Super Heavy Rocket, formerly known as BFR, is expected to be more powerful than the NASA Saturn rocket used to expel astronauts to the moon.