Blowing up rockets...
It was the second test by the Pentagon that would have not been allowed under the INF treaty
SpaceX has developed multiple iterations of the parachute system and is currently on version 3, which features upgraded, more durable materials
This is a big step for SpaceX's plan to launch NASA astronauts aboard Crew Dragon
It passed its first full interception test over the Mediterranean Sea in 2015 and was deployed in Israel in 2017
But Starhopper apparently emerged relatively unscathed
Various rooms that can only be entered with a pass were swabbed with a simple testing kit
When it’s completed, it will be one of the largest rockets ever built and could be the first spacecraft to bring humans to another planet
And his name is.....
Dozens of long-range, cheap Valkyries drones could swarm, bomb, jam, spot & expose enemy missile defenses for the cost of just a handful of F-22s or F-35s