00:00:00 - Q&A
02:12:35 - T - 1 minute Seconds
02:19:25 - Explosion (left screen)
02:20:00 - Realizing we may have just lost our cameras
Road closure starts at 7:00 a.m. local (12:00 UTC) and we'll be able to help figure out the status of launch readiness with our new high quality, low latency pad camera!
SpaceX Starship SN11 will be attempting another exciting medium altitude test flight (~10 km / 33,000 ft). It will lift off from Boca Chica, Texas under the power of three Raptor engines. At apogee, it will flip into a horizontal (belly flop) configuration for descent. Prior to landing, it will ignite three of its Raptor engines to initiate the landing flip before shutting one down. SN11 will attempt a propulsive landing on the landing pad, potentially becoming the first Starship prototype to successfully do so.
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