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SpaceX prototype SN10 of its Starship rocket exploded after a successful take off and landing. The rocket spent 30 seconds in the air before landing. The rocket stood for 10 minutes before it burst into pieces.

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Another SpaceX prototype explodes on landing

SpaceX prototype SN10 of its Starship rocket exploded after a successful take off and landing. The rocket spent 30 seconds in the air before landing. The rocket stood for 10 minutes before it burst into pieces.

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