Publisert 27. juli. 2021
Three Raptor engines were delivered, Super Heavy Booster 4's Methane Transfer Tube (also known as the downcomer) was installed, and work on the orbital launch table continued.
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0:00 - SpaceX Boca Chica
0:20 - Methane Transfer Tube "downcomer" being Installed on Booster 4
1:00 - Sunrise at Boca Chica
1:20 - Work on Tower Section 9 Continues
2:20 - Gravel Delivery to the Launch Site
2:40 - Work Continues on Yellow Pipe Structure
3:00 - Large Black Pipes Arrive at the Launch Site
4:40 - Cryo Shell Construction Continues at the Propellant Production Site
5:00 - Work Continues on the Orbital Launch Table
6:00 - Raptor Engines Delivered to the Production Site
6:20 - Ring Stack Moved
6:40 - GSE 3 and 6 Wait at the Production Site
7:00 - Raptor Engines Lifted Off the Truck Bed
8:00 - Delivery of Black Pipe Structure
9:10 - Work Continues on Tower Section 9
10:10 - Work on GSE 2 at the Orbital Launch Site Tank Farm
10:50 - Booster 4 LOX Tank Section Inside the High Bay Ahead of Stacking