The Starship vehicle's first orbital test flight will not take place in August.
SpaceX is aiming for a six-month window beginning on September 1 for the highly anticipated mission,
It is a radio licence for test vehicles only and does not indicate a change in status.
According to reports, SpaceX has yet to receive a launch licence for the Starship orbital test flight.
The US Federal Aviation Administration, which recently completed a lengthy environmental assessment of Starship activities at the site, is in charge of granting launch licences.
Starship is made up of a massive first-stage booster called Super Heavy and a 165-foot-tall (50-meter-tall) upper-stage spacecraft called Starship.
Booster 7 and Ship 24 will pilot the upcoming orbital mission.