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Thursday, April 4, 2019

SpaceX proceeds the version of next-generation spacecraft: Starhopper SpaceX

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SpaceX proceeds the version of next-generation spacecraft,
it's known as Starship vehicle.

It's first time testing out the Starship spacecraft's Raptor engines.

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Today’s test marked the first time this stubby Starhopper test vehicle lit up with a single engine,

This stubby Starhopper test vehicle

Test out the technologies and basic design of the final Starship vehicle,

A giant passenger spacecraft that SpaceX is making to take people to the Moon and Mars,

Like in dreams.

"The stainless steel Starship is supposed to launch into deep space on top of a massive booster called the Super Heavy."

Which will be capable of landing back on HOME (Earth) after takeoff,

Like a SpaceX’s current Falcon 9 rocket fleet returning to HOME (Earth). 

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And when complete that, 

The Starship/Super Heavy combo should be capable of putting up to 220,000 pounds (That means 100,000 kilograms) into low Earth orbit, 

WOW.
  
a/c to SpaceX CEO Elon Musk

making it one of the most powerful rockets ever made.

Elon Musk tweet after the test,  

"All systems green"

that means all OK.


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