This is what I suspect as well. There was fire up one side (visible even before it touched down, it seemed to me), which appeared to have died down/gotten quenched with the water sprays...and then after ~10 minutes, boom! Since the landing was on a single engine and that engine is not on the centerline, a little angle would be expected. There was also much commentary on Everday Astronaut's feed that the current landing legs are known to be "crap". He was wondering if SN 11 has the same leg design and that we'd have to wait for SN 15 (which apparently will be the next one to be completed after 11) to get something better.Seemed to me that the SN10 was not quite vertical when it approached touchdown.
Maybe it sustained some damage to the landing legs/aft end and possibly a fuel leak.
Well, they successfully re-ignited all three motors, then shut two back down, and then came down softly on one motor and landed (almost) vertical. So, pretty successful.... at the very least, it was the most successful flight by far. The problems from the previous flights seem to have been rectified.They ended the video after congratulating themselves on a successful landing... a bit early, apparently.
Well, yeah. The whole idea is reusing these things. I was starting to wonder how soon might they get it ready to fly again, like Thursday or Friday (they had more waivers and road closures thru Friday), then KABOOM.I wonder if they had plans to reuse those Raptors?