SpaceX is taking another step toward preparing for its next Falcon Heavy Launch — there’s just no telling when it might actually launch.
Blog site Teslarati that follows all things Tesla and SpaceX-related posted a photo of one of the Falcon Heavy’s three boosters being transported to Florida’s Space Coast. Once the center booster — the main vehicle that holds cargo nose at the top — is delivered, all three booster will head into the integration stage and testing.
The Hawthorne, Calif.-based rocket company, owned by billionaire Elon Musk, is the company’s most powerful rocket. The tentative launch date is scheduled for sometime in March, according to Spaceflight Now. Read more here.