First, the good news: During a static fire test, SpaceX successfully lit all six engines on its Starship S24 prototype.
According to the website Teslarati, the test caused a hailstorm of extremely hot debris to spread hundreds of feet away from the rocket,
igniting a brush fire that "began to burn extraordinarily aggressively, swiftly expanding into walls of flames that sped across the terrain."
The garbage that houses SpaceX caught fire as it spread around the area. The dumpster burned for several hours
To put out the fire at Starbase in Boca Chica, Texas, local fire departments were called. You may watch a video of the incident on YouTube.
Elon Musk, the CEO of SpaceX, has made no public remarks about the incident.
Raptor engines, a massive first-stage rocket known as Super Heavy, and a 165-foot-tall upper-stage spacecraft known as Starship power Starship.