Starship 24 Fires All Raptor Engines – Weekly Update #27

In this week’s update Ship 24 has a 6-engine static fire, Booster 7 undergoes spin prime testing, work continues on the Orbital Launch Mount, and over at Cape Canaveral Falcon 9s continue coming and going, while crews are seen performing capsule recovery training on Gator Cam and thank to Greg Scott, who also brings us another great batch of flyover photos.
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