In the past, NASA would provide returning spacecraft to states or museums. For example, Apollo Park in Lancaster CA is also home to a replica Apollo Space Capsule on loan from the Smithsonian Institute. As SpaceX is a private company, what are the plans for SN15?
If SN15 is launched again, per Elon's statement, then the risk of the 3rd launch should not be taken. Remove the engines and donate it to a local town, and support online a local space museum to be built to support local SpaceX developments. Maybe even donate the Crew 1 capsule.
I would like SN15 to fly again, but the latest photo Elon published on Twitter was with SN16, so that I suppose the next flight we'll see will be the SN16 launch.
<blockquote class="twitter-tweet"><p lang="en" dir="ltr">Ship 16 & Booster 2, Starbase Highbay <a href="https://t.co/IUuidOw9ym">pic.twitter.com/IUuidOw9ym</a></p>— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) <a href="