SpaceX filed with the FAA to build a 469 ft tall steel launch tower for its Starship rocket in Texas and it will catch the super-heavy booster when landing.
SpaceX is proposing to build a 469 ft tall steel launch tower for its Starship rocket in Texas, which will also "catch the super-heavy booster upon return from launch," according to an FAA filing:https://t.co/jZsmmr7Uj5 h/t @TylerG1998 pic.twitter.com/zscWsl5BWl
— Michael Sheetz (@thesheetztweetz) April 8, 2021
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