The SpaceX Starhopper nose cone has had a third section added. SpaceX is using improved welding methods for the new replacement nose cone versus the previous wind damaged nose cone.
… and this morning. New nosecone, new build techniques. Horizontal (girth) tank welder. Weld seam from inside & out, simultaneously. #SpaceX #FogTweet (— Cowboy Dan (@CowboyDanPaasch) February 28, 2019
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SOURCES- Twitter, SpaceX, Maria Pointer
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