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Elon Musk's Starhopper rocket will attempt to reach a height of 16,400 ft (5km) for its next test flight.
The third SpaceX test will push the 'hopper' beyond its previous record after the April launch saw a mini prototype briefly lift off from its launchpad.
Raptor - Rocket - Engine - Floor - Take-off
It was propelled by a methane-powered Raptor rocket engine but was tethered to the floor to prevent unwanted take-off.
The distance in the upcoming launch, according to documents filed with the US Federal Communications Commission (FCC) suggests the next launch may not be restricted.
Images - January - Craft - Comparisons - Spacecrafts
Images were first revealed in January of the craft, which instantly drew comparisons to retro-styled spacecrafts from sci-fi films of yesteryear.
Twitter users pointed out the similarities of Musk's creation with the contraption Tintin used in the 1954 adventure 'Explorers on the Moon'.
Others - Design - Fins - Spaceships - Films
Others said the sleek design and prominent fins closely resemble spaceships depicted in 1950s/60s films, Wallace and Gromit and even Toy Story.
A form discovered by The Verge was signed by a SpaceX coordinator and details the application for what looks like another launch for the prototype rocket.
Form - Week - Goal - Height - Mission
According to the form, which was submitted this week, the goal height of the mission is stated as 'Max altitude 16,400 ft' (5,000m).
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