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For comparison here is the estimated trajectory pic.twitter.com/CcPFovXnTZ— Jonathan McDowell (@planet4589) November 18, 2023
Magnificent Machine with a 1000 ft plume— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) November 18, 2023
Tracking camera views of hot-staging separation pic.twitter.com/wcCidOh5K0— SpaceX (@SpaceX) November 18, 2023
Starship launches off the pad under the power of all 33 Raptor engines on the Super Heavy Booster pic.twitter.com/79hC7yI1X9— SpaceX (@SpaceX) November 18, 2023
Congratulations to the entire SpaceX team on an exciting second integrated flight test of Starship!— SpaceX (@SpaceX) November 18, 2023
Starship successfully lifted off under the power of all 33 Raptor engines on the Super Heavy Booster and made it through stage separation pic.twitter.com/JnCvLAJXPi
The world’s most powerful launch vehicle ever developed, powered by 33 Raptor engines, lifting off from Starbase pic.twitter.com/PqynIneFln— SpaceX (@SpaceX) November 19, 2023
Just inspected the Starship launch pad and it is in great condition!— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) November 19, 2023
No refurbishment needed to the water-cooled steel plate for next launch.
Congrats to @Spacex team & contractors for engineering & building such a robust system so rapidly! pic.twitter.com/py5m1uhtEi
Starship’s hot-stage separation was the first time this technique has been done successfully with a vehicle of this size pic.twitter.com/nlfhcPo8m7— SpaceX (@SpaceX) November 19, 2023
Watch the three center engines on Starship’s upper stage gimbaling just after separation. Right before they ignite for hot-staging, the engines angle themselves outward to direct their exhaust towards the vented interstage before re-centering for ascent. pic.twitter.com/CCSVXfLcuE— SpaceX (@SpaceX) November 19, 2023