Thought I would create a separate thread for it, but then decided to put it in here as it is related to the subject. SpaceX completed their last static fire yesterday for their prototype Starship (SN8), following a few other tests and issues. It appears this was successful, Elon Musk has said the test flight up to 50,000 feet, with a flip and attempted landing will likely be next week now. If anyone is moderately interested in this kind of stuff, I strongly advise watching this if you can. The odds are it will be a spectacular failure (Musk has even hinted as such), but if they do this successfully either way it will be a good watch. If SN8 fails, then they have already put together SN9 ready for further testing/flights. The speed at which they are building and advancing these prototypes is really quite amazing to be honest.