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Latest news on SpaceX's Starship, a super heavy-lift launch vehicle under development by SpaceX. It is designed to be fully reusable and stands at 119 m (390 ft) tall, making it the tallest and most powerful launch vehicle ever built. The rocket is intended to send astronauts to the Moon and Mars.

Starship's first orbital test flight on 20 April 2023 ended in a failure when an anomaly caused the vehicle to lose control and explode four minutes after launch. SpaceX founder Elon Musk said that the company will investigate the cause of the accident and hopes to fly Starship again in two months, but some experts say it may take over a year to recover from the damage.

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