SpaceX aborted at the last second its planned Starship SN10 test flight on Wednesday, but then was able to reset and successfully launch and recover SN10 – kinda.
At T-0:00.1, the three raptor engines ignited and were immediately shut down due an abort signal from the spacecraft.
SpaceX has since removed the video of the abort and replaced it with a video of a successful launch and recovery.
SN10 landed with a light bounce, but without the infamous fireworks of the previous two recovery attempts, at first. Several minutes later SN10 followed in the footsteps of its predecessors and produced a spectacular fireball while on the landing pad.
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