Another person said: “I’m believing the third time will be the charm and SN10 will complete its objectives and land in one piece!”
And a third person said: “SN10 will fly and land. Crash tests are over.”
The Starship prototype has been cleared for launch by the FAA and wrapped up a static fire test of its Raptor engines last week.
Jackie Wattles, a CNN Business writer, last month: “Update on SpaceX’s Starship program from the FAA just in: ‘The FAA closed the investigation of the February 2 SpaceX Starship SN9 prototype mishap today, clearing the way for the SN10 test flight pending FAA approval of license updates.'”
With FAA approval and static fire test out of the way, SN10 should soon take to the skies.