SpaceX test sees Starship Mk1 take its first ‘breath’

Mystery Wire

MYSTERY WIRE — Dedicated observers were rewarded Monday night, witnessing Starship Mk1‘s first “breath” at the SpaceX build and launch site in South Texas. Two observers recorded the historic moment.

SpaceX founder Elon Musk says the two components of the stainless steel Starship Mk1 will be reusable and could be part of missions to colonize the moon and Mars.

To see a beautiful time lapse of the Boca Chica site used by SpaceX and read more about the Starship project, go to mysterywire.com.

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