Elon Musk wants SpaceX's biggest rocket ready to launch in July, but experts say he may not get his wish

Image Credit:yahoo

Next month, Elon Musk plans to launch SpaceX's enormous Starship rocket for the first time, ushering in a revolution in the space business.

Image Credit:yahoonews

The entrepreneur said his business will have Starship ready to fly next month after the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA)

last week finalised its environmental study of SpaceX's plans for the Texas launch site.

Image Credit:thenewyorktimes

SpaceX plans to launch Starship, a fully reusable rocket, into space and the Earth's orbit.

 Launching the 120-meter spacecraft would enable Musk to realise his vision of establishing a colony on Mars and move NASA one step closer to sending people back to the Moon.

Despite the FAA's 43-page evaluation finding no substantial environmental impact at SpaceX's launch site in Boca Chica, the corporation still needs to take more than 75 steps

 Space industry specialists aren't confident that Starship will be ready for launch by July, which is only a few days away.

Many of the FAA's 75 words are "quite basic, non-engineering needs," according to Greg Autry

a commercial space sector expert, who told Insider that they can be finished concurrently with other requirements.

However, he claimed Musk thinks everyone working there is either a copy of him or someone who is "a genius who essentially never stops.

Although theoretically late July is a possibility, my own money is on August or September."

be updated with technology updates


Click Here

Image Credit: