SpaceX launched its second Starship Rocket flight, aiming to push the development of the massive vehicle to new milestones. The launch took place from the Starbase facility in Texas. The company's previous full Starship rocket launch in April achieved historic firsts but did not reach space. After a regulatory review, SpaceX was cleared for a second attempt. The Starship rocket is the tallest and most powerful ever launched, with the Super Heavy booster standing at 232 feet and the Starship itself at 165 feet. The rocket is designed to be fully reusable and is critical to NASA's moon program.
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