Starship SN15 Cryogenic Proof Test

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SpaceX is performing a cryogenic proof test with Starship SN15 to verify that the vehicle is ready to perform a test flight later this month. Like the previous Starship prototypes, SN15 is expected to fly to approximately 10 kilometers.

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39 comments
  1. @NASASpaceflight Do you think the mistry test stand will test if star ship can be captured on it forward fins. As those fin frames look stronger. and land with NO feet.

  2. Народ USA,покажите этим русским "куськину мать" ! Сделайте их в космосе ! Они розворовали всю отрасль космическую и мне как человеку который вырос во дворе рядом с домом где родился Сергей Павлович Королев,больно смотреть когда русские говорят о своем превосходстве в космосе,это же наглая ложь!

  3. We should be expecting SN15 to be flight tested around early to mid-May, based of the previous cryo proof testes that nearly 30 days before the flight test.

  4. Its amazing your livestreams! I can listen to them continuus ly forever while at whork! I cant do that with any other you tuber! ❤️

  5. A quick shoutout to the quality of your commentaries. They are higly educational, intelligent and, the most important thing: bearable. No fake enthusiasm. Brilliant voices throughout. Thanks for your work!

  6. Missed the live but watched the whole live 37 mins after you finished lol good job
    Hopefully that initial bottom "vent" was purposeful. And that they can get the go ahead to next test

  7. Can you imagine that, when it finally launches, it just works? No RUDs or Pisa moment but a proper landing? I know they get a ton of data from mishaps, but at one point it should just work as advertised. Don't get me wrong, I like the visual treats of an explosion but it feels like two steps forward, one step back. I wish the team all the best and hope they finally get a win.

  8. ? What's the idea of this? ? Is this like, in the event that we humans completely screw-up Planet Earth our Mother Nature, we can go someplace else? ? Ummm, like WHERE!? ? How much money spent on this could go towards solving the problems of the World? To make Planet Earth our Mother Nature more sustainably habitable?

  9. If you look at the video, you can see that the large venting coming from the aft section is clearly coming from the GSE. It looks like a leak happens at least a good six feet aft of the shirt, clearly not from the rocket itself.

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