According to international media, the Starhopper is expected to advance 20 meters high and sideways, while it is stuck to the surface to keep it relatively stable.
Scheduled for July 16, the launch follows a test conducted in April this year with success. The team of engineers will power the engines to raise the rocket into the air before being put back on its platform where it must land.
The hover test is similar to the launch tests conducted on SpaceX's Grasshopper rocket a few years ago when the aircraft climbed 840 feet into the air and resorted to a vertical takeoff and a vertical landing.
The Starhopper is one of the raptor engines of the "utopian" spacecraft that one day intends to take Man to Mars, Starship.