Now that NASA has announced the selection of SpaceX to manufacture the Moon landing vehicle(s) for the Artemis program, I can't but notice how tall Starship is when compared to other concepts. Chances are that even with Falcon-9-like landing legs it may flip during or after landing, since there's no prepared landing surface on the Moon. So, how big are the risks of Starship flipping during or after landing, or during payload deployment? Are there any public explanations how SpaceX is going to deal with the problem? Also, as a sub-question, how will cargo crane work if Starship is not strictly vertical?