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SpaceX is currently aiming to launch its newest Starship rocket prototype on สมัครสมาชิกสล็อต Tuesday (March 30) following an FAA-related delay, and you'll be able to watch it right as it flies.The Starship SN11 rocket was initially expected to attempt launch from SpaceX's Starbase test site near Boca Chica Village in South Texas on Monday at 1:00 p.m. and 6 p.m. EDT (1700-2200 GMT), according to state officials. Texas But the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) investigator, which oversees the commercial space launch, could not reach the launch site in time, said SpaceX CEO Elon Musk.

FAA reviewers could not contact Starbase in time for today's launch," Musk wrote in an update on Twitter. "Postponed no earlier than tomorrow.If SpaceX can launch the Starship SN11 on Tuesday, the rocket is expected to reach an altitude of 6.2 miles (10 kilometers) and then attempt to land. You'll be able to watch it here and on the Space.com homepage, as well as directly from SpaceX here and on YouTube.SpaceX web broadcasts usually begin about 5 minutes prior to the launch of Starship.

A possible launch of the Starship SN11 on Tuesday followed an earlier effort on Friday (March 26) when SpaceX tested all three of the rocket's Raptor engines. But opted not to try to launch it to allow more time for vehicle inspections.Do my best to land and recover fully," Musk said at the time.The Starship SN11 is the latest test vehicle for the planned reusable launch system SpaceX is developing for deep space flights to the Moon and Mars.The company has already launched three models: the SN8, SN9 and SN10 tests. The SN8 and SN9 Starship ended in a failed landing attempt with a vehicle crash and explosion.

The prototype Starship SN10 flew on March 3 and powered up for landing. But exploded shortly after a touchdown, SpaceX hopes to have a clear success with the Starship SN11 test flight.The Starship prototype will come down under aerodynamic control, which is achieved by freely moving forward two wings and two rear wings on the vehicle," SpaceX wrote in the mission overview. "The four flaps are operated by an onboard computer to control the Starship's posture during flight and enable precise landing at its intended location.SpaceX plans to send the 165-foot-tall (50-meter) Starship spacecraft into orbit using a super heavy lifting aid called the Super Heavy, which is also under development.Musk offers a Super Heavy test article. The first issue earlier this month to investigate the structure.

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