SpaceX Starship prototype, SN11, blew up during a high-altitude test launch on 30 March in Texas.
The weather condition was foggy during the test, the prototype faced similar fate with the 3 previous attempts – SN8, SN9, and SN10.
After reaching its testing height at roughly 10km, the engines cut off in sequence to begin an unpowered descent.
Unfortunately, the prototype failed and fell horizontally before it can reignite the engines for vertical landing.
SpaceX commented that SN11 “experienced a rapid unscheduled disassembly”.