SpaceX To Launch Starhopper At Maximum Altitude Of 16,400 Feet In Next Test Flight Written 22 May 2019

22 May 2019
CNET News reports that during the next test flight of Starhopper, SpaceX “is expecting a maximum altitude of 16,400 feet, according to documents filed with the US Federal Communications Commission and spotted by The Verge.” The filing said, “The vehicle will fly vertically from the ground to under 500 meters for its low-altitude tests and up to 5000m for its high-altitude tests.” (Image: "Starhopper" prototype of SpaceX Starship at SpaceX South Texas Launch Site. Credit: Wikimedia Commons)
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