The prototype Starship spacecraft called SN24 will be ready for the long-awaited orbital flight attempt next month. This follows from a recent statement by Elon Musk.
“I was in Mega Bay last night to review progress,” CEO SpaceX added on Twitter.
The report came shortly after the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) finally completed its environmental assessment and gave the test flight in question the green light.
However, the FAA is requesting a number of changes to various SpaceX devices, which will take some time. So the question is, how realistic is it that we will really see the start in July.
Musk, howeverthat another prototype Starship will be available in August – and it certainly won’t end there. Apparently we have something to look forward to in the coming months.
“For the first time in history, there is a rocket capable of establishing permanent bases on the Moon and Mars,” the famous visionary commented.