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In the recent testing of the starship rocket, SN1, led to a massive destruction, during the test. The rocket was filled with the combination of the fuel of the super-cold, liquid nitrogen propellant, which led to the explosion of the rocket.
The company is trying and making the best efforts for reaching the space. Space X is keen and trying all its efforts for the making and development of the new starship that, will take and help in the process of taking the human race to Mars.
According to the reports released by the team of NASA, there are estimates that the SN1 rocket exploded because of the sudden building up of the pressure, during the test. The pressure, which was built was sudden, which was caused during the testing of the cryogenic pressure. The explosion was caused due to the building up of the sudden filling of one of the tanks in the testing. This was one of the major factors, which led to an increased pressure build up leading to the sudden explosion of the space ship rocket SN1.
A similar incident occurred, during the testing of the a prototype, which was the Mk1. It also faced a similar fate, where the rocket had an explosion in the pressure tests. This incident occurred in the Boca Chica region, last year.
The latest explosions had damaged the space business, especially for the SpaceX. This is likely to impact the development of the Starship’s which is likely to have an impact on the future plans of the company.
Despite the events, leading to the explosion, there has been an increased efforts from the company, where there are chances of the launch of another space ship in the coming months. The space ship aims in the completion of the its testing of the flight for the estimated distance up to about 12.4 miles (20 km).