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Robot dog wanders wreckage of SpaceX’s exploded Starship rocket – Business Insider

SpaceX engineers can’t always approach an exploded rocket safely. That’s likely why Zeus the robo-dog was there.

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SpaceX created a futuristic tableau at its Texas rocket-testing facilities on Thursday, when a robo-dog wandered the wreckage of its latest Starship prototype.
SpaceX launched the rocket prototype, called Starship serial No. 10, or SN10, on Wednesday. Like the last two prototypes before it, SN10 climbed to nearly 33,000 feet above the company’s facilities in the town of Boca Chica. Then it shut off its engines and plummeted to Earth in a belly-flop position, controlling its fall with four wing flaps.

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