B3, too top-heavy, tips over in a small gust of wind

B3, too top-heavy, tips over in a small gust of wind

Photo Credit: Nasa Spaceflight

Starbase, TX—Today as BN3 was rolling out, it tipped over in a small gust of wind on highway 4. Just before the tip over, we heard ground crew yelling "why did you not secure it to the base!". This makes it clear that the crew member assigned to secure it to the base, failed to complete his job.

As this booster was tipping over, a weird substance was seen pouring out of it. When we were able to get a closer look, it appeared to be grain! So now it seems that these prototypes are being used as literal grain silos.

It is believed that SpaceX will continue the confusion of booster numbering, changing the name of BN4 to B3 for testing, and BN5 to BN4 for the orbital flight test.

This is satire, none of this is true