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The SpaceX Starship prototype in South Texas left the country – although its utilization was not deliberate.
Winds of up to 50 kilometers per hour passed over the nose cone of the tested vehicle earlier this week, according to the tweet from SpaceX founder Elon Mask. It will take a few weeks to fix, although the stars' tanks are fine.
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The vehicle star, with a test version recently made up of the Boca Chica beach near Brownsville, could one day bring space travelers to the moon or Mars on top of a powerful rocket.
The star integrated with the Super Heavy Rocket, formerly called the BFR, is expected to be more powerful than the Saturn V rocket, which NASA has used to accumulate astronauts on the moon.