SpaceX will make space travel easier, Musk said - first super heavy hop is only a few months away

Have you ever thought what it would be like if we returned to Earth after walking in space within minutes. Missions that take years to complete are completed within a few hours. Or the way cars run on the roads today, rocket boosters can run faster than many times in space .. Obviously, if this happens then many of our tasks should be easy .. But this is not so easy. But SpaceX, a private space company led by Elon Musk, is working in that direction.

 Many experts predict that by looking at the speed at which the company is working now, it seems that in the next 20 years we will be closer to space. SpaceX is now preparing to test boosters. Recently, the company's CEO Elon Musk said that he would start testing his Super Heavy Booster (low altitude hops) a few months later. They will be used to fly starships for orbital launches and deep space missions, including Mars.

Booster will be 250 feet long

  Responding to a follower on Twitter, Musk said that the first super heavy hop was only a few months away. For this the company will use two of its launch pads in Boca Chica, Texas, each with prototype rockets installed. SpaceX recently installed a prototype for the SN9 at its Texas testing facility. The Super Heavy Boost will be approximately 240 feet long and will include 28 Raptor engines.

Starship was tripped

 Let us know that after a high altitude test flight in Texas earlier this month, the next generation heavy-weight rocket starship exploded. The launch and Ascent of the starship serial number 8 (SN8) was successful, but as the engine appeared to land, the vehicle slipped back and then fell to the ground.

 Can be used again

The starship is SpaceX's fully re-transportable transportation system, designed to take both crew and cargo to Earth's orbit, the Moon, Mars and beyond. Musk said this month that the company was working towards starting a flight to Mars in about two years.

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