SpaceX Loses Starship Communication on Reentry over Indian Ocean: Third Test Flight 

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SpaceX had another setback when Starship communication was lost during the rocket’s reentry over the Indian Ocean.

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Starship Communication

Thursday’s flight was in low orbit space for over 45 minutes before the command center lost contact with the ship.

 Despite this mishap, the third test flight was considered a partial success. The company said Thursday, that the third test flight advanced further than either of the two previous tests.

The journey of Starship testing began with a setback in April 2023, where the rocket had to self-destruct due to booster failure.

In November 2023, another test ended in an explosion after the booster separated. 

Despite these challenges, SpaceX persisted in its pursuit of space exploration.

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Launch Reactions

The unmanned Starship lifted off from SpaceX’s Boca Chica, Texas, base, marking a significant milestone. Elon Musk, CEO of SpaceX, celebrated the achievement, highlighting the rocket’s orbital velocity.