As Booster 7 is removed from the Orbital Launch Mount ahead of rollback, the unflown Ship 16 had its nosecone removed at the Production Site.
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0:00 – Ship 16 Nosecone After Being Removed in the Mega Bay
0:44 – Sunset Behind the Rocket Garden
1:02 – The Orbital Launch Site
1:18 – Booster Quick Disconnect
1:31 – Booster 7 Removed From the Orbital Launch Pad
4:33 – Booster 7 Removed From Another Angle
4:57 – Ship Quick Disconnect Fitted to Suborbital Pad A
5:17 – The Launch Site
5:34 – Ship 16 Nosecone
5:51 – Scrapped Dome
6:08 – Ship 16 Tank Section in the Mega Bay
6:23 – Raptor Transport Case
6:38 – Barrel Sections Outside
6:54 – Starfactory
7:10 – Booster Transport Stand
7:30 – Test Stand Cap