SpaceX is attempting a 33-engine static fire of its Super Heavy Booster 7 at Starbase in Texas. A road closure is scheduled from 8am CST to 8pm CST and an overpressure notice has been delivered.
UPDATE- Frost building on the rocket indicates it is fueling.
A couple of months ago, there was a 14 engine static fire test.
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2 thoughts on “Live Feeds of SpaceX Super Heavy Booster Static Fire”
Getting frosty now, at 3:35. Won’t be long.
I’ve been watching this thing off and on all day, and as of 2:17 Atlantic time, still no frost creeping up the sides of the booster. But at least they’re chilling the pipes leading to it.
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