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SpaceX Is Going All Out With Their Starship Super Heavy Rocket

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Elon Musk is on a mission to revolutionize technology and make space travel possible for the common person. After SpaceX’s historic achievement of providing high-speed internet to all 7 continents across the globe. On September 19th, 2022, SpaceX marked the highest number of new Raptor engines ever tested at the same time by firing seven engines on their “Booster 7” Starship prototype.

SpaceX is on its way to planning its first test flight of their Starship “Booster 7”, a 50-meter-tall spacecraft that is reusable. The plan is to use 33 of these engines in the Starship. SpaceX has been testing its engines by conducting “static fire” tests in which the engines are ignited while the spaceship stays stable on the ground. In the most recent “static test,” Elon Musk tweeted that pressure chambers on the seven engines “looked good”. Furthermore, he stated that the Starship is back in the labs to get more upgrades done, and it won’t be long before all 33 engines are fired for a “full stack wet dress rehearsal.” This “full stack” would be the first of its kind, boasting a starship fixed on a super heavy booster rocket, and be the world’s tallest rocket ship standing at 120 meters.

SpaceX has yet to release a launch date for their full Starship stack but aims to launch it in the coming months.

Elon Musk is on a mission to revolutionize technology and make space travel possible for the common person. After SpaceX’s historic achievement of providing high-speed internet to all 7 continents across the globe. On September 19th, 2022, SpaceX marked the highest number of new Raptor engines ever tested at the same time by firing seven engines on their “Booster 7” Starship prototype.

SpaceX is on its way to planning its first test flight of their Starship “Booster 7”, a 50-meter-tall spacecraft that is reusable. The plan is to use 33 of these engines in the Starship. SpaceX has been testing its engines by conducting “static fire” tests in which the engines are ignited while the spaceship stays stable on the ground. In the most recent “static test,” Elon Musk tweeted that pressure chambers on the seven engines “looked good” Furthermore, he stated that the Starship is back in the labs to get more upgrades done, and it won’t be long before all 33 engines are fired for a “full stack wet dress rehearsal.” This “full stack” would be the first of its kind, boasting a starship fixed on a super heavy booster rocket, and be the world’s tallest rocket ship standing at 120 meters.

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