More Sections for Super Heavy BN3 Spotted - Starship SN15 Wiggles its Flaps | SpaceX Boca Chica

3 avril 2021
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Rings sections for BN3's aft are spotted at the production site. Meanwhile, the crane is still attached to Starship SN15 in the High Bay as crews move its aft flaps.
Video & Photos from Mary (@BocaChicaGal) and the NSF Robotic Camera Team. Edited by Brady Kenniston (@TheFavoritist)
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0:00 New Nosecone
0:30 New GSE Dome Flipped
1:16 Starship SN15
1:40 Crane Still Attached to SN15
2:19 Crews Work Near SN15’s Aft Flaps
2:42 SN15 Moves its Aft Flaps
3:46 New Super Heavy BN3 Section
4:28 Pipe Attached to Newest GSE Tank
5:29 Orbital Launch Site
7:05 More Pipes Attached to GSE Tank
8:33 Crews Continue to Work on the Thrust Ram
9:37 Orbital Launch Table
10:09 Consumables Delivered to the Tank Farm
11:51 SN11 Wreckage Cleanup Continues

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  • Time Stamps! 0:00​ New Nosecone 0:30​ New GSE Dome Flipped 1:16​ Starship SN15 1:40​ Crane Still Attached to SN15 2:19​ Crews Work Near SN15’s Aft Flaps 2:42​ SN15 Moves its Aft Flaps 3:46​ New Super Heavy BN3 Section 4:28​ Pipe Attached to Newest GSE Tank 5:29​ Orbital Launch Site 7:05​ More Pipes Attached to GSE Tank 8:33​ Crews Continue to Work on the Thrust Ram 9:37​ Orbital Launch Table 10:09​ Consumables Delivered to the Tank Farm 11:51​ SN11 Wreckage Cleanup Continues

    NASASpaceflightNASASpaceflightIl y a 6 jours
    • Looks like a lot of cleaning up to do still - theres pieces of sn11 everywhere !

      scotty moondog jakubinscotty moondog jakubinIl y a 6 jours
    • Holiday 🌟/SpaceX✨🚀🌟/NSF 😀💖👈 Happyyyyyy ...

      Milanka PerićMilanka PerićIl y a 6 jours
    • @Will Baker basically the GSE tanks are the orbital pad tank farm

      StarhopperStarhopperIl y a 6 jours
    • 13:00 what TOWER is that in the distance, TV? Cell? can't find it on Noodle Earth......

      Marcel GerberMarcel GerberIl y a 6 jours
    • Orbital launch table looks like a structure that goes into Starship for crew cabins

      Michel MélinotMichel MélinotIl y a 6 jours
  • I hope they clean up all the sn11 debris.

    Myles PowersMyles PowersIl y a 5 jours
  • Great work, NSF. Keep it up!

    Matt MeyerMatt MeyerIl y a 5 jours
  • Any idea the altitude of SN-11 when it blew?

    Scoo BedooScoo BedooIl y a 5 jours
  • 🤩✨✨🤩✨

    로사플리 니오 P.R로사플리 니오 P.RIl y a 5 jours
  • Nice fly over by the Boca Chica Air Force!

    Steve BakerSteve BakerIl y a 5 jours
  • I am just amazed at the amount off equipment on site. Wonder what the cost is per week or month for all this.

    Paul KoomenPaul KoomenIl y a 5 jours
  • Birds at 11:43 🤡

    Lion DeckaLion DeckaIl y a 5 jours
  • It's awesome watching the stacking process!! Thanks NSF and Mary#Boca Chica Gal!!!

    Lynn ToshLynn ToshIl y a 5 jours
  • What is the "thrust ram" used for?

    Stevan MatejicStevan MatejicIl y a 5 jours
  • Someone tell those birds to shut the hell up!

    cpthornmancpthornmanIl y a 5 jours
  • If the GSE tanks are going to store cryogenic propellants, aren’t they going to get super frosty and waste lots of gases? Will they cover them in insulation before they are used??

    DMartDMartIl y a 5 jours
  • Has anyone at NASASpaceflight estimated, or has SpaceX disclosed, what it will cost to manufacture their own subcooled LOX and LCH4 per Kg? I've seen articles suggesting $1 - $2 Million to fuel a starship, and $3.66/Kg for bulk LOX

    Phil KopitskePhil KopitskeIl y a 5 jours
  • Thank you Mary 🥰

    MarcfxMarcfxIl y a 6 jours
  • Great work Mary! You bring SpaceX and StarShip to the world! Thanks a lot, I eagerly await your video! Casey in Michigan

    Casey ScheskyCasey ScheskyIl y a 6 jours
  • Synchronized Elon-o-Drones at 11:45

    John DonnellyJohn DonnellyIl y a 6 jours
  • Nice video!

    rosanna garaurosanna garauIl y a 6 jours
  • Wow. I didn’t realize the debris field was so large. Damn you, fog! That must have been an impressive RUD.

    Nick TreadwellNick TreadwellIl y a 6 jours
  • So shiny

    muchograndeyolatengomuchograndeyolatengoIl y a 6 jours
  • The wooden stove logistically prefer because entrance periodically knock near a attractive digestion. boorish, threatening adapter

    Phan Yen TrinhPhan Yen TrinhIl y a 6 jours
  • 2:50 It seems that the Elonerons are not made from the same steel as the ring sections. From the 'bubbling' I would say that the skin is a lot thinner, which would make sense as they don't see any structural load.

    iamjadedhoboiamjadedhoboIl y a 6 jours
  • Are there any renderings of a completed Boca Chica site?

    Patrick NolePatrick NoleIl y a 6 jours
  • when is rool out sn15 ?

    faku mundo creepy benavidezfaku mundo creepy benavidezIl y a 6 jours
  • I would sure like to know what the SpaceX engineers say privately about how well StarShip development is going. SpaceX is not saying much, which is completely their right.

    Paul WilsonPaul WilsonIl y a 6 jours
    • If it is anything like any other R&D department, it will be the same range as here in the comments. When 'legs' are your part, then all tests so far have failed (to produce result anyway) and you are bummed. If you had part in the descent software then all tests have exceeded expectations ans champagne is flowing freely.

      iamjadedhoboiamjadedhoboIl y a 6 jours
  • I sure hope they attach the engines to the correct cylinder.

    Frank SolarioFrank SolarioIl y a 6 jours
  • 👋

    Maanhaar JackalMaanhaar JackalIl y a 6 jours
  • Great camera work once again!

    Marcel H.Marcel H.Il y a 6 jours
  • Why does it look like Flight Termination System blowing up SN15 caused so much more mess than just letting it flop on the landing pad?

    SelmokkSelmokkIl y a 6 jours
    • The word is it was not FTS. A raptor blew up during relight

      Paul WilsonPaul WilsonIl y a 6 jours
  • New GSE sectìon...or ...worlds largest steel pan 😂😂😂

    skeelo69skeelo69Il y a 6 jours
  • 11:35 new SPACEX air security patrol. :D

    Radoslav komarRadoslav komarIl y a 6 jours
  • I bet Elon watches these videos while he eats breakfast

    Cydonius1Cydonius1Il y a 6 jours
  • Что это такое 9:40 ?

    КобраКобраIl y a 6 jours
  • Well judging by this Video there's not much happening with the "Clean up". Better move it before the Environmentalists move in.......

    Jeff BattJeff BattIl y a 6 jours
    • It's OK, it doesn't stain :p

      iamjadedhoboiamjadedhoboIl y a 6 jours
  • BN1, more like SN1 (Skyscraper Number 1)

    StarhopperStarhopperIl y a 6 jours
  • That spacex crane at 1:17 onwards has been named brian by myself and a few people on twitter.

    MattagonMattagonIl y a 6 jours
  • Sto vedendo montaggio fatto a mano e non con macchine coputerizzate, è meraviglioso! L'uomo è la macchina migliore!

    Alessandra BazzoffiAlessandra BazzoffiIl y a 6 jours
  • Was that Rebar always sticking out the OLM? Or are they preparing for the OLT to be fitted?

    Kerbal SimulationsKerbal SimulationsIl y a 6 jours
  • Someday soon they will have to build a better bigger VAB like they have at Canaveral.

    Daniel RamseyDaniel RamseyIl y a 6 jours
  • Sn15: I'm alive

    Dave TimothyDave TimothyIl y a 6 jours
  • Looks like they are sawing off the top of the 6 pillars to level them flat. The table should be coming soon up top!

    trekk2063trekk2063Il y a 6 jours
  • Breakfast with NSF, London, UK.

    Paul LangfordPaul LangfordIl y a 6 jours
  • That seagulls scene was so pure

    Unity.Unity.Il y a 6 jours
  • Happy Easter everyone!

    Több VidaTöbb VidaIl y a 6 jours
  • Not exactly rushing the cleanup of SN11 are they?

    Joe Can't DanceJoe Can't DanceIl y a 6 jours
  • SN11 remains are spread quite on a large area...

    Florin ShcFlorin ShcIl y a 6 jours
  • My every morning ritual, thanks NSF!

    LaederonLaederonIl y a 6 jours
  • Do you think Elon realizes that the world would lose its shit if he just started auctioning off small pieces of SN11 wreckage? or selling it like the Not a flamethrower

    Kenneth JamesKenneth JamesIl y a 6 jours
  • Philippe from France I am disappointed again by this failure, frankly I hope that SN15 will be successful! I haven't seen the SN11 engines, have they been recovered? Can we see them?

    philippe Lenormandphilippe LenormandIl y a 6 jours
    • They have been recovered and are being examined.

      Paul WilsonPaul WilsonIl y a 6 jours
  • Sn15 has got some great dance moves!

    Onefreeway75Onefreeway75Il y a 6 jours
  • Have the tops of the orbital launch mount legs been trimmed? It looks to me as though the steel sleeves have been cut to horizontal. Launch mount coming soon!

    Bernard KisbyBernard KisbyIl y a 6 jours
  • Cool

    tj _tj _Il y a 6 jours
  • An idea for a spaceship.........I call it the ' FLASK '........or Flipping Lightweight Acrobatic Space Kettle !

    FlumsteadFlumsteadIl y a 6 jours
  • The speed of progress is ridiculous. Makes me think, how fast would they build a 2nd Starbase somewhere else. Taking all the expertise and experience and doing it all again. This is truly next level stuff.. Hats off to everyone!

    AminAminIl y a 6 jours
  • at 5:30 nice to see the orbital launch stand being trimmed to horizontal on the top, mating the top should be getting close :)

    Malcolm FosterMalcolm FosterIl y a 6 jours
  • Thanks Mary.....

    Marcel GerberMarcel GerberIl y a 6 jours
  • put GSE tanks on top of super heavy and a nose cone with landing jets and send them to the moon ! Really surprised no one has gone out and picked up bits of sn11 to sell on ebay !

    Tim WassonTim WassonIl y a 6 jours
  • Thank you for the update 🙌🏾🙌🏾🙌🏾

    Dk y RoxDk y RoxIl y a 6 jours
  • Was that a flock of Canada geese heading home from mexico lol. I love your videos, even when your not recording the stainless steel workshops we all love to see.

    Wayne LevettWayne LevettIl y a 6 jours
  • What happened to 12 13 and 14

    Bruce LarsonBruce LarsonIl y a 6 jours
  • Orbital launch table looks like a structure that goes into Starship for crew cabins

    Michel MélinotMichel MélinotIl y a 6 jours
  • The first scene with the new, silvery nosecone inside the white lighted tent framed by black scaffolding,....just cool looking! I think I'm geek'n out...

    John UnderwoodJohn UnderwoodIl y a 6 jours
  • I am so excited for launched sn15❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️

    M M A. infoM M A. infoIl y a 6 jours
  • 11:35 the coolest shot ever😎

    Md Tahfeemul HodaMd Tahfeemul HodaIl y a 6 jours
  • Nice “Consumables” !!!

    NiMi The UltimateNiMi The UltimateIl y a 6 jours
  • Notice how the slanted tops of the OLM tubes have now been cut horizontal to receive the launch table.

    Dum Spiro SperoDum Spiro SperoIl y a 6 jours
  • can't beat a flyby by the locals ! amazing as usual , thankyou! xx

    Vic Isle of Wight ENGLANDVic Isle of Wight ENGLANDIl y a 6 jours
  • Guys what's the purpose of Orbital launch pad and orbital launch table? Couldn't quite understand the use of them? Any ideas?

    Srinivas R.Srinivas R.Il y a 6 jours
    • @Srinivas R. The orbital launch table is part of the orbital launch pad. The orbital launch pad will consist of the launch table on top of the 6 pillars that are already in place (and have just been squared off at 5:30) and the launch tower which they are just now building the foundation for.

      iamjadedhoboiamjadedhoboIl y a 6 jours
    • @Paul Langford So, do you mean the launch pad will be the one to launch the full stack star ship into orbit while the launch table is used for exhausting? Please correct me if I'm wrong!

      Srinivas R.Srinivas R.Il y a 6 jours
    • To launch a booster with Starship on top. The exhaust plumes from so many engines need a huge area to disperse sideways.

      Paul LangfordPaul LangfordIl y a 6 jours
  • Wonderful job of Rigging.. Are these United Association pipe fitters and Riggers?

    UVB76 -4625KHZUVB76 -4625KHZIl y a 6 jours
  • Opening shot looks very James Bond.

    Chuck StarkChuck StarkIl y a 6 jours
  • 1:58 MINE! MINE! MINE!

    Tamar ZiriTamar ZiriIl y a 6 jours
  • 🌮

    saimul Haquesaimul HaqueIl y a 6 jours
  • Happy Easter guys

    Äjãy_ÇõñstāñtïñêÄjãy_ÇõñstāñtïñêIl y a 6 jours
  • "Wreckage cleanup" in this video looks more like "leaving it where it fell". ;)

    n0ukfn0ukfIl y a 6 jours
  • I’m so tempted to go down there temporarily and do the temp jobs for cooks or whatever else just to see the big milestones, but also just to see if it’ll be a potential future home for me!

    Tyler WalterTyler WalterIl y a 6 jours
  • I love the no-nonsense way of building these ships. No overwrought clean room BS, no super fancy VAB like at Canaveral, looks like they are building industrial machinery that might be installed anywhere on the planet.

    n10citiesn10citiesIl y a 6 jours
  • So the RUD event for SN11 resulted in the breaking apart of the rocket into small pieces (pickup truck size or smaller), no nose cone, control surfaces or rocket body remained intact? Of all days for there to be a fog bank.

    Mark BarrentineMark BarrentineIl y a 6 jours
    • The nosecone was more or less intact. But everything below has been confettified. Maybe due to the brittleness of the super cold steel?

      iamjadedhoboiamjadedhoboIl y a 6 jours
    • It makes people wonder what SpaceX thought about SN11s chances of success

      Paul WilsonPaul WilsonIl y a 6 jours
  • It was nice to hear the gulls often louder then usual on the audio. And I liked the shot of the brown pelicans flying over head. Great work Mary!

    Michael DeierhoiMichael DeierhoiIl y a 6 jours
  • Worker @ 08:40 using Jedi Powers to control the Force used in the welding.. 🤔 Do, or Do Not...

    Ernest GalvanErnest GalvanIl y a 6 jours
  • I wonder how the raptors have been modified to address the suboptimal engine pressures, erratic combustion and their tendency to fail to reignite or explode? If they keep failing, a root cause analysis and major engine re-think could be in order. Don’t have a hissy fit or blindly deny it because you are a chat fan. This is a real rocket meant to carry people. Denial of reality is insanity. Now let’s see how many of you are insane. Tell me why I am wrong.

    Edward SchoenmanEdward SchoenmanIl y a 6 jours
    • The Raptors they mount onto the Starship prototypes are not fresh out of their wrappers. They, and their siblings, have been tested at McGregor. Besides, in every R&D setting, the items being demo'd are *always* a few generations behind. As a developer I can attest to how frustrating that is, seeing something fail when you already have the solution, but just not production ready. Or on an engine which has now another set of issues.

      iamjadedhoboiamjadedhoboIl y a 6 jours
    • Elon has said that hundreds of modifications were made to SN15 and subsequent models mostly to internal mechanisms including avionics, the raptor engines and goodness what else.

      Michael DeierhoiMichael DeierhoiIl y a 6 jours
  • It's crazy seeing SN15 fully stacked, it's progressing so fast

    Aarons123Aarons123Il y a 6 jours
  • What aft means?

    spocspocIl y a 6 jours
    • Same as the use of term when saying the aft of a ship. It is the back end of the rocket.

      Michael DeierhoiMichael DeierhoiIl y a 6 jours
  • Its crazy that were all looking at SN8 a short while ago in the high bay and now we're starting at SN15.

    TimeProTimeProIl y a 6 jours
    • @KaBup true, but 4 RUDs. We need a win.

      Paul WilsonPaul WilsonIl y a 6 jours
    • 6 months, 4 prototypes tested, and heading to orbital flights in more 6 months or less.

      KaBupKaBupIl y a 6 jours
  • Who remembers when they were building the "Low Bay?" Time flies...

    Gobblins From MarsGobblins From MarsIl y a 6 jours
  • What a sight it will be when those two bastards are stacked

    BasketvectorBasketvectorIl y a 6 jours
  • When does this become industrial espionage?

    Lloyd V.Lloyd V.Il y a 6 jours
    • When you enter SpaceX property. If they leave the door open, you can peer inside from the public street.

      iamjadedhoboiamjadedhoboIl y a 6 jours
    • When SpaceX cares. Which they don’t.

      Tammy McCaslinTammy McCaslinIl y a 6 jours
  • You know, those scraps at the end of the video aren't just "confetti! I would bet that each of those obvious pieces on the ground weigh between 70 and a few hundred pounds!

    boatbyrdboatbyrdIl y a 6 jours
    • Still, to produce that many separate pieces, the steel must have been somewhat brittle from the cryogenic fuel.

      iamjadedhoboiamjadedhoboIl y a 6 jours
  • They're progressing so quickly that they're doing flap tests in the high Bay!

    StarhopperStarhopperIl y a 6 jours
    • @KaBup one day lol

      StarhopperStarhopperIl y a 6 jours
    • How about static fires in the high bay?

      KaBupKaBupIl y a 6 jours
  • 佢甘攪法,强国怎么样追到,一个末做又另一个出来,想追死人咩。

    chor ngchor ngIl y a 6 jours
  • I’ll never get tired of these daily videos. Thanks for all of the hard work that lets the rest of us have a front row seat to witness history being made.

    Jordon UdallJordon UdallIl y a 6 jours
  • Awesome ! The local scrap yards will be happy !

    imtheman451imtheman451Il y a 6 jours
  • The first real space hardware in Boca? Whoa

    Nagarjun KashyapNagarjun KashyapIl y a 6 jours
  • Crane farm.

    Mike HermanMike HermanIl y a 6 jours
  • 5:30 It looks like some new rebar poking out from the top of the Orbital Launch Stand columns. It also looks like a wedge of material has been cut from the top of five columns to make them level. Perhaps preparation for mounting the launch table being built in the construction area.

    David KutzlerDavid KutzlerIl y a 6 jours
  • Sn11 wreckage continues..... to be of the lowest priority

    Andrew FernieAndrew FernieIl y a 6 jours
  • That super heavy barely fits into that freaking tall high bay. Impressive.

    언노운캣언노운캣Il y a 6 jours
    • Marcus House showed a photo that Grimez(?) posted on twitter where you can see Bong Number 1 from the floor up. BN1 is sitting on top of a 5 meter (at a guess) high stand. So there is some margin.

      iamjadedhoboiamjadedhoboIl y a 6 jours
    • Good design: it would be a bust if the high bay was too short!

      Paul LangfordPaul LangfordIl y a 6 jours
  • L O R D. O F. T H E. R I N G S

    Darel G.Darel G.Il y a 6 jours
  • Hopefully the ugly duckling's the one to land

    Epstein didn't kill himselfEpstein didn't kill himselfIl y a 6 jours
  • Can you please tell me what we are looking at with the part starting with the migrating birds? I'd like to know how the local ecology is being monitored? Is SpaceX being responsible as a developer? I'm sure there are issues with every greenfield site like Boca Chica, but as Mary is a proper local personality can I ask for your comments please? Thanks from the UK for the historic coverage. I'm spellbound.

    Ian HutchingsIan HutchingsIl y a 6 jours
    • @Ian Hutchings I am an avid birder myself here in New Mexico and would love to visit SE Texas for the birds and to see the starship.

      Michael DeierhoiMichael DeierhoiIl y a 6 jours
    • @Michael Deierhoi Hello Michael. Thanks for the reply. I'm in the UK and really appreciate the information. Thanks again

      Ian HutchingsIan HutchingsIl y a 6 jours
    • That will indeed be very interesting to follow. The migratory pathway for a large portion of migrating birds is right up through Texas especially along the coast. The migration is already under way and will peak in South Texas in the next couple, three weeks. It is also note worthy to mention the Las Palmas Wildlife Management Area right around the Space launch pad and production facility. In addition there is the Las Palmas Wildlife Refuge and a couple state parks just to the north. You are right to be concerned about the wildlife. As you probably noticed those were brown pelicans flying over head.

      Michael DeierhoiMichael DeierhoiIl y a 6 jours
  • What GSE tank stands for?, where's it going?

    Tomislav BiondaTomislav BiondaIl y a 6 jours
    • Ground Service Equipment.

      Paul LangfordPaul LangfordIl y a 6 jours
    • General service equipment. The term used for fuel, lox and nitrogen tanks at the launch site.

      Michael DeierhoiMichael DeierhoiIl y a 6 jours
  • Can we get some new pictures of the ASU?

    Erwin RommelErwin RommelIl y a 6 jours
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