On March 3, SpaceX unveiled an edited video of Starship SN10, which took off and landed through a 10km climb test. A video clip of the SN10’s built-in camera and the silver aircraft coming down from the landing pad.
Unfortunately, Starship cannot see whether the landing leg is working well due to the smoke, but this test ended with an explosion a few minutes later, with the angleo booster shut off just before the bottom and the aircraft popped up a little when landing. You might be convinced that SpaceX considers it a success. Elon Musk, CEO of SpaceX, said that the SN11, the prototype following the SN10, is already almost ready for flight, and plans to make some modifications to the aircraft in the future.