Watch SpaceX Launch Its Starship Spaceship for the third time today

On March 13, the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) announced that it had officially awarded a launch license for SpaceX’s third test flight of its starship rocket. Hence, you should get ready to watch spaceX launch its starship today.

“The FAA determined SpaceX met all safety, environmental, policy and financial responsibility requirements,” the agency wrote in a post on X on March 13.

The SpaceX starship, which is the largest and most sophisticated spaceship ever built will be lifting off today from SpaceX’s Starbase site in South Texas during a 110-minute window that opens at 8 a.m. EDT (1200 GMT). The first launch attempt was conducted in April 2023 while the second was on Nov. 18, 2023.

During these two launch attempts, SpaceX accomplished some of its launch goals. Even though the spaceship ended in a disaster during the first and second launch attempts, SpaceX hopes to attain greater success during its third test flight coming up today.

SpaceX built the starship to make humans multi-planetary species and also deliver payloads on the lunar and Martian surfaces respectively. However, the success of these interesting future missions heavily depends on the progress of the Starship.

How to watch SpaceX launch its Starship today

After the November 18th explosion of the Starship after separation, the FAA began to investigate on the actual cause of the unscheduled disassembly of the mega-rocket. However, as the FAA concluded its investigation, it issued SpaceX another launch license to fly the spaceship once again today. The good news is that you can watch spaceX launch its megarocket today on SpaceX’s account on X or on

“The third flight test aims to build on what we’ve learned from previous flights while attempting several ambitious objectives, including the successful ascent burn of both stages, opening and closing Starship’s payload door, a propellant transfer demonstration during the upper stage’s coast phase, the first ever re-light of a Raptor engine while in space, and a controlled reentry of Starship,” SpaceX wrote in a mission description.

SpaceX also revealed that today’s test flight will end when the Starship’s upper stage lands in the Indian Ocean. Let’s wish the aerospace company success as they make new history for mankind today.

You can follow the links above to watch spaceX launch its rocket today.

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