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Summary of Starship missions

Note Scheduled and ongoing missions are highlighted in italics, respectively; NET = No earlier than.
Throughout tables the European time format (day/month/year) is used; all times are UTC.

Last update: 14 March 2024

Mission Crew Mission duration (crew) Landing site Purpose / mission highlights / noticeable events
no. designation vehicle (callsign) (up/down) lift-off landing    
Integrated Flight Test 1 (IFT-1) S24 / B7 20/04/2023 (Gulf of Mexico) SpaceX Starship – Ship 24 and Booster 7 – first suborbital test flight from Starbase at Boca Chica, Texas (USA) which had to be terminated past max q at around 39 km in altitude, however before staging; Booster 7 was to perform water landing in Gulf of Mexico, Ship 24 was to splash down in Pacific Ocean near Hawaii
Integrated Flight Test 2 (IFT-2) S25 / B9 18/11/2023 (Gulf of Mexico /
Atlantic Ocean)
SpaceX Starship – Ship 25 and Booster 9 – second suborbital test flight from Starbase, attempting to replicate the planned flight profile of IFT-1; IFT-2 successfully took off on all 33 B9 engines, and made it through hot-staging at 2 minutes and 45 seconds into the flight at 70 km of altitude; following stage separation B9 disintegrated some 35 seconds later at 90 km of altitude; S25 continued nominally for five and a half minutes on all six engines to an altitude of 148 km and 24,124 km/h of speed before (presumably) being terminated
Integrated Flight Test 3 (IFT-3) S28 / B10 14/03/2024 (Gulf of Mexico /
Indian Ocean)
SpaceX Starship – Ship 28 and Booster 10 – performed a successful third suborbital test flight from Starbase; the stack lifted off on all 33 B10 engines and went through hot-staging without apparent issues; B10 completed the boost back burn and made it back to some 1 km in altitude when the landing burn failed; S29 completed its nominal engine burn and made it to orbit (max. 234 km in altitude), eventually breaking up during re-entry over the Indian Ocean