SpaceX's Starship Will Reportedly Launch in August

Elon Musk has verified “progress is accelerating” just 11 days after the Starship’s first untethered engine test. The stainless-steel SpaceX rocket will function the upper stage for the corporate’s two-stage Big Falcon Rocket (BFR) spacecraft. Mr. Musk, 48, instructed his 27.7 million Twitter followers on Sunday (August 4) he’ll share a Starship update in just some weeks. In response to a follower’s query, the Space CEO stated the Starship update would arrive on August 24.

He then stated the update might be introduced at the company’s Boca Chica facility in South Texas.

Mr. Musk tweeted: “Very convincing! Ok, Boca it’s. We must always have Starship Mk1 with three Raptors nearly ready to fly by then.”

When requested by another individual if the Starship will receive an update in three weeks, the SpaceX CEO teased a review of the spacecraft’s design.

Mr. Musk tweeted: “Yes, detailed review of the first orbital Starship, explaining the professionals and cons of every design decision.”

Earlier today (August 5) Mr. Musk shared photos from SpaceX’s Boca Chica facility.

The photographs show the undergoing meeting of the Starship together with its dome and airframe.

Mr. Musk stated: “Just left Starship Texas construct site. Very proud of progress SpaceX team has made!

“Pics are of 9m (29.5ft) dome rotation and Starship airframe behind the windbreak.”

The SpaceX CEO then introduced he was on his strategy to SpaceX’s services in Florida, where a second Starship prototype rocket is being constructed.

Dubbed the Starhopper after its diminished stature and collection of small flights or hops, the spacecraft rose by about 65.6ft (20m) and moved to the side before landing.