SpaceX to land orbital Starship on "A Shortfall Of Gravitas" off of the West Coast

SpaceX to land orbital Starship on "A Shortfall Of Gravitas" off of the West Coast

Starbase, TX — After SpaceX's recent announcement of launch starship on an N1 rocket ( you can see that article here), they have now announced that they will land the starship SN20 prototype on "A Shortfall Of Gravitas". Here to elaborate more on this is contributor of the Apogee Report and raptor technician, Harcus Mouse.

So, we decided that in order to increase starship development, we needed to recover our orbit capable starships, but there was one big problem, how to recover them? Our first option would be to land in right at the Boca Chica pad, but that will never get approved be the FAA because it might break up on re-entry. Another option is to just land it in the ocean and tow it back to shore, but that will damage equipment and be more of a pain then its worth, so we decided on landing it on our new droneship located on the West Coast, and then air-lifting it with a helicopter back to Boca in order to avoid driving Starship back.

Yes, you heard him right, they're going to air-lift starship across the country. This will truly be a sight to behold when it happens sometime in the next few months.

Photo Credit : Starship, Droneship

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