Elon Musk's SpaceX could finally launch the latest test of its Starship rocket - the machine which could one day take humans to Mars - on March 3. The highly anticipated launch was cleared to take off on March 1 as residents of Boca Chica, where the launches take place, had been given the standard evacuation notice.
However, the evacuation notice was scrapped within three hours of being issued, and has now been re-scheduled for today, March 3
SpaceX has not given any indication as to what time the launch will be, although the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has issued timings in which it will be allowed to launch.
The FAA has said Starship SN10 is allowed to launch between 2pm on March 3 and 12:30am GMT on March 3.Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
However, the company also has the same opportunity for March 4 and 5.
SpaceX Starship SN10 launch live stream: Watch as Elon Musk could launch SN10 tomorrow (Image: SPACEX)
Teslarati, which reports on all things Elon Musk, said: "TFRs (temporary flight restrictions) show that two earlier launch windows on Monday and Tuesday (March 1st and 2nd) were cancelled, leaving