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a few years old but i'd like to hear how this experiment turned out. reminds me of my childhood with the helicopters and other busybodies of today.



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Flying Grain Silo

Test flight of the SpaceX SN-5 Starship prototype featuring a single Raptor engine. The finished version of Starship will sport 6 raptor engines, stand 165 feet tall, and have room to carry as many as 100 passengers. It will fly to the Moon and Mars, launching from Earth atop the Super Heavy booster rocket, utilizing 31 Raptor engines. It will be the most powerful and largest rocket system ever built, 30 feet in diameter and standing 390 feet tall. Both Starship and Super Heavy will be reusable and takeoff and land vertically. Starship will have the ability to launch from the Moon and Mars without a booster, due to lower gravity.



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