SpaceX is preparing for a second round of testing at its Boca Chica Beach Launch Site.
Cameron County Judge Eddie Treviño Jr. announced Tuesday that he has ordered the temporary closure of State Highway 4 from Oklahoma Avenue to Boca Chica Beach.
The closure is scheduled for May 28 between 2 and 10 p.m. or in the alternative, on May 29 and/or May 30, according to a press release.
The first round of SpaceX testing at Boca Chica Beach spanned a three-week closure during March where State Highway 4 experienced multiple closures while SpaceX tested its Starship Hopper prototype.
Those tests concluded in early April when SpaceX fired up the Starship Hopper’s Raptor engine and successfully completed a short “hop.”
After these tests, Treviño said his understanding was that SpaceX may pause testing at the site for up to 60 days, though the company never confirmed a specific timeline.
Tuesday marks a little more than a month since the last testing completed.