Flight tests of the Starship rocket prototype developed by Elon Musk's SpaceX were interrupted 0.1 seconds before takeoff. On the second attempt, it was nevertheless launched, but after the first successful landing, the spacecraft exploded.

Starship SN10 was ready for a test flight, but at the last moment before takeoff, the rocket's engines were stopped, and the flight was interrupted because of problems with one of the engines. The on-board computer received data that it developed a very high thrust.

Hours later, SpaceX refueled Starship SN10 again and orchestrated a second launch attempt. During the second test, the spacecraft was able to land successfully for the first time.

But a few minutes after landing, the prototype exploded. It is unknown why this happened.

Recall that the eighth and ninth Starship prototypes exploded on landing during flight tests in December 2020 and February 2021.