The World's Most Powerful Rocket And Spacecraft Crashed Before Reaching Its Target On Its first Test Flight

 The world's most powerful rocket and spacecraft crashed before reaching its target on its first test flight. The Super Heavy Booster and Starship, which took off from Texas on Thursday morning, managed to fly only 39 kilometers above the ground and returned to the ground.

According to the initial information, after 3 minutes both were supposed to separate which could not be done and both could not maintain balance in the air and fell into the sea.

Hope and pray that the next launch will be successful.

SpaceX's 400-foot-tall rocket crashes in test flight

SpaceX's new giant rocket crashed into the Gulf of Mexico after exploding within minutes of its first test flight on Thursday.

Elon Musk's company SpaceX launched its rocket from the southern part of Texas, which was supposed to circle around the world. There were no humans or satellites in the rocket.

The height of this giant rocket was about 400 feet. After experimental flights, it was to be sent on journeys to the Moon and eventually to Mars.

The capsule installed in this rocket is designed in such a way that four to six astronauts can carry long journeys and the capsule can be used repeatedly.

Some people also made comments about this which are shared with you.

A member wrote on Facebook that.

This experiment has been quite successful. The biggest problem was getting to that height, which was solved for good. Today's launch means that in fewer launches it will learn to do this successfully.

One member wrote that. What will be the effect of the tons of fuel burned in it on the ozone layer?

A member wrote, "This is a sad news for those who love astronomy."

An hour ago, I saw the video of his flight in which the people there were clapping. So I was also excited to read a lot about astronomy in the coming days.

But now it is very sad.

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