Launched the rocket super heavy SpaceX up for the first time

Launched the rocket super heavy SpaceX up for    the first time

The Super Heavy booster turns on for the first time.


While the billionaires Richard Branson and Jeff Bezos battle for a place in history as pioneers of space tourism, Elon Musk and SpaceX have just ignited the rocket that could one day send humans to Mars.

On Monday, SpaceX turned on up his Booster super heavy for the first time, to the company’s Starbase rocket development place in Boca Chica, Texas.

The estate-down test firing lasted for just seconds, but Musk described it on Twitter like “full test duration firing of 3 birds of prey on Enhancer super heavy!”

This is a downsized down test prototype of super heavy, with the final model it should have up to 32 Raptors, allowing it to lift heavy loads past Earth’s gravity well, propelling them to the moon, Mars, and possibly beyond.

This big the booster is designed be paired with SpaceX’s spaceship, that is also under test in Texas. You may remember seeing the pictures of a little’ in advance Landing of the prototype spaceships hard after high altitude test flying and exploding violently.

When the whole system is ready, the idea is that a loaded spaceship with the cargo or passengers will be placed on a Super Heavy, which will increase it out of our atmosphere. The Super Heavy can then return for a landing on Earth to use again, just like a hawk 9 first stage.

SpaceX is planning to conduct the first orbital test flight of spaceship using a Super Heavy booster sometimes in the next few months. That mission should see Starship launch from Texas, take a short trip to space then perform a landing in fresh water off the coast of Hawaii.

The space the excitement continues.

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