spacex starship launches and flies for four minutes then explodes

This morning, Elon Musk's SpaceX company had its first flight of its giant Starship space rocket, and it flew for four minutes - and then exploded.

If you recall from the early days of SpaceX, there were many rocket failures and explosions before it got to the point that there were reliable rapid and reusable rockets.

Starship, which is a much bigger version of this rocket, will be the same. Elon Musk has said that the next flight will be in a couple of months and I expect a longer flight, but the chance for failure will still be high.

Will this succeed this year with an orbital flight, or will there be multiple explosions and failures to come?