Starship Prototype - SN15


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Next Starship prototype built after SN11. It features hundreds of design improvements across structures, avionics, software and engine. First Starship prototype to successfully land after a high altitude flight.

Starship SN15 | 10 km Flight

SpaceX | USA
SpaceX Space Launch Facility, TX, USA
May 5, 2021, 10:24 p.m.
Status: Launch Successful
Mission: Suborbital

The SN15 Starship prototype will perform a test flight similar to SN8 to SN11. It will launch up to an altitude of 10 km or 33,000 ft and do a belly flop maneuver followed by a controlled descent to the landing pad.

Suborbital SN15 - Maiden Flight SpaceX Starship Landing Pad
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