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Booster 7 Static Fire #3: Booster 7 Static Fire and Engine Test Stand: All the Details About NASA's Mission Path

Booster 7 Static Fire #3: Booster 7 Static Fire and Engine Test Stand: All the Details About NASA’s Mission Path

Here we bring you exciting news and background information on upcoming and space events. Today we are announcing the test of the Booster 7 Static Fire #3 engine on Wednesday, August 31, 2022. Read all the details about the Booster 7 Static Fire #3 mission in this article.

Space events are usually operations that do not belong to the usual rocket launches. Space Events not only report on engine or spacewalk tests, but also address spacecraft landings, flybys, and other extraterrestrial maneuvers that are controlled by various space programs.

Booster 7 Static Fire Overview #3

SpaceX did a steady fire of Booster 7 for about 6 seconds.

Booster 7 Static Fire #3
original designation Booster 7 Static Fire #3
event type Fire stand and engine test
mission type test trip
when? 08/31/2022
where? Boca Chica, Texas
missile name Starship
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What is the goal of the orbital flight test mission?

The first flight of the two-stage Starship launch vehicle. The launch vehicle will separate 170 seconds after launch and land approximately 32 km off the coast of the Gulf of Mexico. The second stage will reach orbit before making a targeted water landing about 100 kilometers off the northwest coast of Kauai, Hawaii.

Where does the orbital flight test mission take place?

The mission takes place in low earth orbit. This is located at an altitude of 200 to 2000 km. LEO rides are less energy and easier to get to. The spacecraft needs about 100 minutes to orbit the Earth and can move at a speed of about 7 km/s. The maximum wireless connection to a ground station is 15 minutes per round trip. LEO is mainly used for manned spaceflight, but also for spy satellites and astronomical satellites, as well as Earth and weather exploration satellites, amateur radio satellites, global communications systems, research and technology testing satellites.

Satellite programs and organizations participating in Booster 7 Static Fire #3

SPACEX STARSHIP: The SpaceX Starship is a fully reusable heavy launch vehicle that has been developed by SpaceX since 2012 as a private, self-financed space project. The Starship’s second stage is designed as a long-range cargo and passenger spaceship. It is expected to operate initially without any carrier phase as part of a comprehensive development program for take-off and landing testing and improvement of a number of design details, particularly with regard to atmospheric re-entry.

These space organizations participate:

Latest release update: 01/09/2022

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