SpaceX will launch its first orbital starship test flight in July
SpaceX plans to launch its first orbital starship test flight in July. This means that this investigation may take place in the next few weeks.
According to CNBC, SpaceX president Gwynne Sutwell made the remarks at the International Space Development Conference. He said that despite many challenges in this test, SpaceX is ready for it.
In the current flight plan, a prototype will be launched from Boka Sika. The spacecraft will enter Orbit and land in Hawaii for 90 minutes.
Starship has lost many prototypes so far. Orbit also has its own problems. This flight cannot be said to be successful.