Space X has set out the date of Feb 6, 2018, for Falcon Heavy launch
The Space X has set out the date of Feb 6, 2018, for the Falcon Heavy launch which is the first ever launched test flight of the innovative and high capacity rocket. The company has been developing this new and high capacity rocket for in order to allow it to send 3 times more payload during each mission into the orbit. The target date is already being tweeted by the CEO of the company, Elon Musk and he further added that there will also be a lot of the viewing opportunity for the spectators from the nearby causeway too.
The launch will be taking place from the launchpad 39 A which is there at Kennedy Space Center
Well, the launch will be taking place from the launchpad 39 A which is there at the Kennedy Space Center.This launchpad has already been refurbished and also modified for the big rocket launch. It has already played the role of the host to the Apollo as well as the Space shuttle program for the NASA.This much anticipated maiden flight will be lifting off from the launch pad 39A of the Kennedy space center.This announcement just came after three days when the Space X has test fired the Falcon Heavy’s 27 Ist stage engines for the first time only.
The heavy side of the Falcon will surely become the part of spaceflight history too
The buzz of its launch can be attributed to the big size of the rocket and it is one of the most powerful rockets in the world. The heavy side of the Falcon will surely become the part of the spaceflight history too.
Space X Company has plans to develop varied spaceship systems which are capable of sending people to the Mars
The company claimed that this heavyweight rocket is fully capable of sending even the humans to the Mars. In fact, the Space X company has plans to develop the varied spaceship systems which are capable of sending the people to the Mars which is being called as the BFR.It will be one of the most powerful rocket technology which is being currently in operation.
The launch of Falcon Heavy will be opening up a range of business opportunities for Space X Company
Another powerful rocket was the Saturn V rocket which was developed by the NASA and this has been utilized for the Apollo moon landings too and later it got retired in 1970 itself. Greater the thrust of the rocket, the farther it can travel with the bigger payload whether it is a satellite or it is a spacecraft.
The first of the test mission of Falcon Heavy will be launching a dummy payload
The first of the test mission of the Falcon Heavy will be launching a dummy payload. It will be sending the Cherry Tesla (TSLA) Roadster from the personal collection of the Musk into the deeper space.