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FAA Ends Investigations Into Recent SpaceX Starship Crashes – PCMag AU

Elon Musk believes the SN10 prototype has a ‘good chance of flying this week.’

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Starship High-Altitude Flight Test (Photo via SpaceX)
The Federal Aviation Administration has concluded investigations into two recent SpaceX Starship tests, potentially paving the way for a new flight as early as this week.
In early December, Elon Musk’s aerospace manufacturer conducted the first high-altitude test flight of its Starship rocket, which launched successfully (save for the crash landing), but violated the terms of SpaceX’s FAA test license, prompting a formal inquiry.
A “mishap investigation”…

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