SpaceX's SLEEPING MONSTER Falcon Heavy Launch FINALLY AWAKEN for LAUNCHING 2022
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SpaceX Falcon Heavy
Delayed and then exploded, SpaceX’s superpower Starship really has a long way to go to success.
It’s definitely time to flip back to another powerful Musk’s beast: Falcon Heavy. Anyway, to be fair, Falcon Heavy is still the rocket that has the highest payload capacity of any currently operational launch vehicle and the third-highest capacity of any rocket ever to reach orbit, trailing the Saturn V and Energia.
It’s only a pity that the beastly launch rocket has a rather bleak fate. Falcon Heavy has been hibernating in storage facilities for three good years.
Only a new launch will help this monster rise.
And finally, this is happening!
Musk once stated that “Falcon Heavy opens up a new class of payload.” “It can launch twice as much payload as any other rocket in the world … It can launch things right to Pluto and beyond, no stop needed.”
( https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sytrrdOPYzA – 7:18’-7:34’)
What an extraordinary ability!
According to SpaceX’s website, the Falcon Heavy is 70 meters tall and can lift nearly 64 metric tons) of payload to low Earth orbit — about twice the payload capacity of its closest competitor, United Launch Alliance’s Delta IV Heavy.
The rocket has two stages. The first stage has three engine cores. The center core is flanked and supported by two boosters. Each core is equivalent to the first stage of a Falcon 9 rocket and houses nine engines. The boosters separate after liftoff and land upright back on Earth, possibly to be used again. Meanwhile, the heavier center core aims for a drone ship, carrying its payload in the second stage.
SpaceX’s SLEEPING MONSTER Falcon Heavy Launch FINALLY AWAKEN for LAUNCHING 2022
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