But even if the company has not announced a launch date for the SN16 just yet, fans will likely have to wait a month at the very least. 

Starting with the scaled-down Starhopper craft, SpaceX’s prototypes have been launching once every two or three months.

SN8, for example, launched on December 9 and was followed by the SN9 on February 2.

The SN10 then followed on March 3 and was unusually quickly followed by the SN11 on March 30.

Fans then had to wait more than a month for the SN15 to launch on May 5.

In the grand scheme of things, however, this is a very fast-paced schedule of launches.





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