UPDATE: SpaceX’s Starship reached an altitude of 148 kilometers shortly after the vehicle’s Super Heavy booster broke apart moments after separation. See Starship/Super Heavy lifts off on second flight.
Livestream options for Starship’s second test flight
The countdown is underway for the second Starship/Super Heavy test flight from Boca Chica, Texas. Liftoff is scheduled for 8 a.m. Eastern at the start of a 20-minute launch window. SpaceX hopes to demonstrate improvements to the vehicle after its first, unsuccessful test flight in April, including a new “hot staging” approach.
You can watch the official SpaceX live stream via the social media platform X or watch the Spaceflight Now and NASAspaceflight.com webcasts via the YouTube feeds embedded below.
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Update: SpaceX’s Starship reached an altitude of 148 kilometers shortly after the vehicle’s Super Heavy booster broke apart moments after separation.