SpaceX is asking resident who found any debris around the Laguna Madre area from its March 30 flight test to contact them.
Residents are asked not to attempt to handle the debris but contact SpaceX instead. As part of its standard recovery efforts, SpaceX has made available a hotline and email address for the public to report the found items.
The public may call (866) 623–0234 or email email@example.com
On March 30, SN11 launched at 8 a.m. at SpaceX’s Boca Chica launch site, piercing the fog bank and flying to approximately 33,000 feet before beginning a successful “belly flop” descent. At less than six minutes into the flight and seconds before landing, the ship exploded and rained debris over the launch site.
Officials report that during the landing maneuver, the test vehicle experienced a rapid unscheduled disassembly and was lost. As a result, debris had been found in the surrounding areas, including the Laguna Madre area.