This stand isn’t for Starship FYI. Starship will always be doing the bellyflop maneuver. This stand is for Super Heavy.You referring to the one that blew up shortly after or... refresh my memory
Cuz I don't think blowing up shortly after being "caught" is going to be a success.
If the liquid oxygen issue is resolved as expected and all else goes according to plan, Crew-2 will lift off at 6:11 a.m. EDT (1011 GMT) on April 22 and dock with the International Space Station just over 23 hours later, at 5:30 a.m. EDT (0930 GMT) on April 23. A final launch readiness review is scheduled for April 20.
A backup launch window is available on April 23. After that, Crew-2 could launch on either April 26 or April 27, Steve Stich, NASA's Commercial Crew Program manager, added in the news conference.