News Archive / Tagged: Starship SN11
SpaceX CEO Elon Musk offers details on Starship SN11 explosionNicholas D'AlessandroApril 7th, 2021
SpaceX Starship SN11 met a fiery demise last week, like the three iterations before it. Recently, Elon Musk tweeted details on why the prototype exploded.
Starship SN11 explodes during landing-flip maneuverDerek RichardsonMarch 30th, 2021
Starship SN11 attempted to complete what three previous prototypes could not, launch to 10 kilometers, land and not explode. However, it wasn’t to be.
Starship SN11 launch delayed because FAA inspector not presentNicholas D'AlessandroMarch 29th, 2021
SpaceX's Starship SN11 appeared ready to fly March 29 as its flaps were unchained and tested with Highway 4 beginning to close down as well.
SpaceX completes SN11 static fire, flight shifts to NET MondayNicholas D'AlessandroMarch 26th, 2021
Starship SN11 was set to perform a same-day double header on Friday, March 26, combining a static fire and test flight in Boca Chica, Texas.
Friday Flyday: Starship SN11 launch plans cancelled for March 24, 25Nicholas D'AlessandroMarch 23rd, 2021
The Starship SN11 high-altitude test flight window has shifted to the right by a day as of this writing with a launch now no earlier than March 25.
Starship SN11 completes 2nd static fire ahead of launch attemptNicholas D'AlessandroMarch 22nd, 2021
SpaceX was able to complete the second static firing of Starship SN11 early Monday morning, which appeared to be a healthy full-duration test in comparison to the first attempt last Monday.
Starship SN11 takes a breather, Super Heavy BN1 takes shapeNicholas D'AlessandroMarch 19th, 2021
SN11 Friday update, for March 19, 2021: The test campaign for Starship appears to be taking a ‘Spring Break weekend’, with no additional static fire attempts following Monday’s partial test.
Update on Starship SN11 as SpaceX marches toward a static fireNicholas D'AlessandroMarch 17th, 2021
SpaceX Starship production continues right along with Starship SN11 now undergoing the Raptor engine static fire phase of testing.