Elon Musk Plans To Launch SpaceX Starship Rocket on 4/20

Elon Musk Plans To Launch SpaceX Starship Rocket on 4/20

SpaceX’s long-awaited Starship rocket test flight, which will eventually go to the Moon and Mars, has been postponed from its original launch date on Monday and rescheduled for a new date, April 20.

The rocket remained on the launch pad in Cameron County, Texas, about 17 miles east of Brownsville, and engineers reprimed the rocket’s pressurization system, but it unexpectedly froze. “The pressurization valve appears to be frozen, so there will be no launch today unless it is activated soon.” murmured Monday.

“SpaceX is targeting the first flight test of its fully integrated Starship and super-heavy rocket from Starbase in Texas on Thursday, April 20,” the company posted. The window opens at 8:28am CT and closes at 9:30am CT.” The fact that it launches on April 20th is “probably inevitable,” Musk said. murmured in response to the announcement.

What makes Starship unique is its fully reusable transportation system designed to carry both crew and cargo into Earth orbit. Musk and the SpaceX team believe humanity will return to the Moon and head to Mars. This particular test will help SpaceX increase its chances of success in the future.

“To date, the SpaceX team has completed multiple suborbital flight tests of Starbase to Starship upper stages, successfully demonstrating an unprecedented approach to controlled flight,” SpaceX wrote. “These flight tests proved that the Starship could go through the subsonic phase of entry before reigniting the engines for landing and flipping to a vertical configuration, and helped validate the vehicle design. .”

SpaceX explained why there are so many factors that slow down spaceflight.

“In addition to testing the Starship upper stage, the team conducted numerous tests of super-heavy rockets, including increasingly complex 31 Raptor engine tests of all time, the largest number of simultaneous rocket engine firings. Including static fires that will become history.The team also built the tallest rocket launch and catch tower in the world.At 146 meters (about 500 feet) high, the launch and catch tower is a super It is designed to support vehicle integration, launch and capture of Heavy Rocket Boosters.In the initial flight test, the team will not attempt a vertical landing of the Starship or a capture of the Super Heavy Boosters.”

A live webcast of the flight test will begin approximately 45 minutes before launch. As with many space-related launches, this schedule is dynamic and subject to change.

“On Thursday’s next attempt, the super-heavy booster will detach and land hard in the Gulf of Mexico about eight minutes after takeoff. It will sink in the Pacific Ocean near Hawaii in about 90 minutes,” the report said.

Does the 4/20 date matter? On August 7, 2018, Musk tweeted that he was considering taking Tesla private, offering a purchase price of $420 per share.

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On September 6, 2018, Mask Smoked Blunt in episode #1169 of the Joe Rogan Experience. Rogan himself got caught up in the topic of free speech in the Spotify fiasco due to concerns that the podcaster was sharing information that wasn’t medically sound.

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