SpaceX's Starship rocket booster explodes after blast off – video

SpaceX’s spacecraft Starship, developed to carry astronauts to the moon and beyond, reached space for the first time on Saturday but was seen in footage experiencing a ‘rapid unscheduled disassembly’. The two-stage rocket ship blasted off from the Elon Musk-owned company’s Starbase launch site near Boca Chica in Texas on a planned 90-minute uncrewed flight into space. The 120-metre Starship rocket system, the most powerful ever built, failed a first flight test in April, when the spacecraft pulverised the launchpad during lift-off and then exploded at altitude


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