When could the SpaceX Starship launch again?

The SpaceX Starship rockets have been grounded by the Federal Aviation Administration following the historic April 20 Texas launch that resulted in a fiery explosion, with pieces falling into the Gulf of Mexico. 

Elon Musk terminates Twitter deal | LiveNOW from FOX

Elon Musk won’t be buying Twitter after all, apparently. The Tesla and SpaceX CEO is calling off the $44-billion deal, accusing the company of "false and misleading representations." The move was not a surprise to many based on Musk’s comments about the number of fake accounts on the social media platform. His team in recent weeks had tussled with Twitter over "spam bots" and threatened to walk away from the deal if the company couldn’t show that less than 5% of its daily active users are automated spam accounts.

First all private crew successfully docks at Int'l Space Station | LiveNOW from FOX

LiveNOW from FOX's Rain Augustine chats with FOX Weather's Brandy Campbell about the Ax-1 mission. Four civilian astronauts will stay in space for at least 10 days, with at least eight days on the space station, where López-Alegría, Connor, Pathy, and Stibbe will perform experiments, participate in educational and public relations outreach activities, and enjoy their time in orbit.

SpaceX launches first 2022 mission in daytime Florida sky

A perfect launch to start the year for SpaceX. A Falcon 9 rocket will carry a batch of Starlink satellites into orbit from the Kennedy Space Center's pad 39A. The space agency said Starlink delivers high-speed broadband Internet to locations where access has been unreliable or completely unavailable, "ideally suited for areas of the globe where connectivity has typically been a challenge."