Relativity Space's Terran 1 rocket failed to get off the ground after two launch attempts. This is the first space rocket with most of the components made on a 3D printer.
The company announced the cancellation of the first launch afterafter the spacecraft's nine first-stage Aeon engines shut down almost immediately after launch. Laying the blame on “violation of the criteria for fixing the launch,” Relativity Space said it would retry the rocket launch.
But for the second time, Relativity announced the end ofbefore Terran 1 even had time to start its engines. At the time of writing, the company has not provided a reason for the cancellation. However, she said that everything is in order with the rocket and that the company will soon be able to share additional information.
The first attempt to launch a rocket can be seen in this video: