If you miss the first time, there may be another opportunity, once Thursday, to see an early version of the Martian rocket Elon Musk taking a very short flight.
SpaceX operates inTo develop the Starship, its next-generation spacecraft designed to ultimately transport people to the Moon, Mars, and beyond.
In August, one engineThat was a short flight about 500 feet (152 meters), followed by a tight landing not far from the launch pad.
We’ve seen the same feat done by a smaller, dubbed prototypeIn 2019, but the much larger SN Series is designed to be capable of orbital flight. It is unclear when we might see this, but Musk said the plan is to make a series of jumps to work on flights at higher altitudes.
Roads and airspace are closed for Thursday with reserve dates on Friday and Saturday as SpaceX hopes to jump SN6, its next prototype.
Closures were originally scheduled for last week and are likely to slide further. We will keep you updated on the situation in Texas.
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