Tesla CEO Elon Musk congratulated the SpaceX team for making the “flawless launch” three times in less than a week.

“Congratulations to the SpaceX Falcon team for making three seamless launches in 2 days !, Musk wrote on Twitter on Sunday.

SpaceX has completed three operations since Friday, according to Space.com.

On June 17, SpaceX launched 53 Starlink online satellites at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center.

The company then launched a radar satellite on Saturday at Vandenberg Space Force Base in California for German troops.

On Sunday, SpaceX completed the launch of a two-phase rocket Falcon 9, from the Cape Canaveral Space Force Station, which returned to Earth 10 minutes after it was removed, according to the report.

According to Space.com, SpaceX has completed 26 launches so far in 2022.

Musk said on June 14 that SpaceX would have a Starship rocket ready to fly in July, adding that the second Starship would be prepared by August.

“The star will be ready to fly next month. I was in high bay & mega bay last night reviewing progress,” Musk said. “We will have a second Starship stack ready to fly in August and then every month thereafter.”

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