SpaceX's LR 11000 Moved | SpaceX Boca Chica

SpaceX’s LR 11000 Crane was moved after removing the Structural Test Stand Cap, the B7.1 test tank had a valve assembly added to its top, and a new Ship Transport stand was delivered to the Production Site.

Video and Pictures from Mary (@BocaChicaGal), Nic (@NicAnsuini) and the NSF Robots.
Edited by Patrick Colquhoun(@Patrick_Colqu).

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0:00 – Sunrise
0:45 – Ship Transport Stand Parts Delivered
1:48 – Ship 24
2:30 – Orbital Launch Mount
3:14 – The Chopsticks
3:38 – B7.1 Test Tank
4:44 – Structural Test Stand Cap
5:08 – SpaceX LR 11000 Crane Moved


  1. Thank you Mary , Nic and NSF team for sharing this wonderful footage with us . I was wondering why is there a bird in front of the crane cabin ? Wind direction I presume

  2. This is so cool I was there during the filming of this and I could see my parents on the foreground

  3. I really like this regular specex video, it's just ASMR video, soothing to watch new gadgets

  4. What a amazing machine. It’s looks like it was getting moved out of the reach of danger. Maybe a test in the next day or two.
    Thank you NSF.

  5. You guys are doing great work! I really like Jacks vids about behind the scenes, love to see more!

  6. Hi Mary and NIC that was awesome seeing the sunrise 🌅 with the moon 🌙 and that planet near moon might be Venus the morning 🌟 well planet 🌍 that crane was awesome cancrusher thanks again David 🌝🚀🇬🇧❤️🙏👍

  7. In the opening shot, is that a planet we can see near the moon?
    Thanks, great work as always!

  8. I wonder when all heattiles on S24 will be in place. Some are still missing and some are fixed by tape.

  9. I think it is safe to say that B7.1 was not damaged in any major way by the can-crusher test. This coming test is likely another pressure test, maybe to destruction this time?