The entire hollow nosecone broke off, and at the time, Musk said it would take a few weeks to fix.
The SpaceX CEO shared footage on Twitter from the first test firing of the Raptor rocket engine this weekend and provided an update the capabilities that will help it 'reach the moon as fast as possible'.
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It comes just days after Musk's Starship prototype was knocked over by 50mph winds in Texas and suffered extensive damages. There'd eventually be 31 Raptors powering the reusable Super Heavy, and seven Raptors on the Starship.
The Raptor will represent a technological break for SpaceX engines. This hopper will debut soon, Musk has said - perhaps within the next month or so, if everything goes according to plan.
SpaceX is targeting 2023 for a passenger-toting mission around the moon and the mid-2020s for its first Mars flights, Musk has said. While this should not have happened, it's precisely to find these pain points that engineers conduct test firings in the first place. SpaceX tested a development version of the Raptor in September 2016, also at the McGregor site. That's equivalent to the power of the BE-4 rocket engines that Amazon billionaire Jeff Bezos' Blue Origin space venture is developing for its New Glenn rocket. Merlins use kerosene and liquid oxygen (LOX) propellants, for example, whereas Raptors use liquid methane and LOX.