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What actually is the Starship spacecraft Elon Musk wants to send people to Mars on

WATCH: @SpaceX ’s Starship prototype rocket SN11 exploded during a landing attempt after a test launch. This was SpaceX’s fourth attempt to safely land the rocket it hopes will carry humans on future missions to the moon and Mars

SpaceX's Starship, a series of prototypes for a fully reusable heavy-lift rocket being developed to carry humans and cargo to the moon and Mars, has exploded during its last four test launches. More photos of their fiery end: 📷 Gene Blevins

WATCH: @SpaceX ’s Starship prototype rocket SN11 exploded during a landing attempt after a test launch. This was SpaceX’s fourth attempt to safely land the rocket it hopes will carry humans on future missions to the moon and Mars

SpaceX has suffered another failed touchdown for Starship, its prototype Mars rocket. This was the craft's fourth test flight. None have survived the landing.

SpaceX chalked up another failed landing Tuesday for its futuristic, bullet-shaped Starship, as the prototype Mars rocket broke apart right before touchdown.

Entrepreneur Elon Musk's SpaceX saw another failed landing on Tuesday as its Mars rocket Starship broke apart before touchdown.

@SpaceX ’s Starship prototype rocket SN11 exploded during a landing attempt after a test launch. This was SpaceX’s fourth attempt to safely land the rocket it hopes will carry humans on future missions to the moon and Mars

SpaceX plans to use Starship to send astronauts and cargo to the moon and, ultimately, Mars

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@PPathole  @arstechnicaI  @SciGuySpacef  2021 manifest is met, SpaceX will do ~75% of total Earth payload to orbit with Falcon. A single Starship is designed to do in a day what all rockets on Earth currently do in a year. Even so, ~1000 Starships will take ~20 years to build a self-sustaining city on Mars.

@oc_isly  Good grief! SpaceX is getting zero money for this. Starship is designed to carry people & cargo around Earth (also to moon & Mars). Vast majority of use will be civilian. It’s just like an airline in space. All airlines sometimes carry military cargo, but ~99% is civilian.

NASA has selected Starship for a propellant transfer demonstration! Combining Starship’s rapid reusability with orbital refilling is critical to economically transporting large numbers of crew and cargo to the Moon and Mars  

Raptor will power Starship, a fully reusable transportation system that will carry crew and cargo to Earth orbit, the Moon, Mars, and beyond →

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Starship will be the most powerful rocket in history, capable of carrying humans to the Moon, Mars, and beyond

One day Starship will land on the rusty sands of Mars

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SpaceX has successfully launched a prototype Starship rocket to its highest altitude yet, a monumental milestone for Elon Musk’s company as it seeks to reach Mars

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Going max hardcore on design/production Starship here in Boca. It’s awesome! Feels a bit like a Mars simulator.

Starship will provide affordable delivery of significant quantities of cargo and people, essential for building Moon bases and Mars cities

Starship will use in-space propellant transfer to enable the delivery of over 100t of useful mass to the surface of the Moon or Mars

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