Max Q: SpaceX’s mega-rocket for the moon and Mars goes farther than ever before

Howdy and welcome again to Max Q! What an unbelievable weekend, of us. And no, I’m not speaking concerning the OpenAI drama. In case you’re a subscriber to Max Q, you already know precisely what I’m referring to — STARSHIP. My jaw was on the ground the whole time.

On this problem:

  • Extra on Starship’s second launch
  • Information from and extra

SpaceX flew Starship, essentially the most highly effective rocket ever constructed, for the second time right now — and regardless that each the Tremendous Heavy booster and the Starship higher stage needed to be blown up in mid-air, it was nonetheless an enormous success for the corporate finest identified for taking a quickly iterative strategy to {hardware} growth.

Rewatch the launch right here:

Extra information from throughout TC

  • has already made a digital twin of the Earth, and its subsequent play additional democratizes the hitherto lofty (if you’ll) world of geospatial intelligence.
  • ispace will make its second try at placing a lander on the moon within the fourth quarter of 2024, nearly two years after it launched its first failed mission.
  • Morpheus House unveiled its first software program product, a mission simulation and design platform referred to as Journey.
  • World View was poised to go public, however the SPAC behind the deal is now beneath official deadline as shareholders voted to once more push again the date by which it should full the deal. (Replace: On Sunday World View introduced it was cancelling the SPAC deal altogether.)

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