Starship SN10 Landing in Slow Motion

The Starship SN10 spacecraft touched down successfully after a high-altitude test flight on March 3. It was a major milestone for the company and its Mars ambitions. Unfortunately, even after a successful landing, the vehicle didn’t manage to hold itself together and exploded about eight minutes after landing.

However, to mark SpaceX Starship SN10 historic landing, High-speed cameras were rolling for and one of these camera’s managed to capture something saddening. Elon Musk tweeted about it too.

After the landing, Cameras continued rolling and managed to capture the blast. The video of the blast is uploaded in slow motion. This one-shot managed to make the blast look like the ending of a tragic movie with its high quality and natural background.