Category Archives: Falcon Heavy

The Environmental Impact of SpaceX’s Falcon Heavy Program

With the success of the Falcon Heavy launch and plans to use similar rockets to explore and eventually populate space in the future, environmentalists wonder about the long-term impact this may have on the atmosphere. Their concerns are exacerbated by worsening climate change and an already depleted ozone layer. The impact a rocket has on…
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Falcon Heavy Is the Strongest Rocket in the World

Falcon Heavy successfully released from Kennedy Space Center and approximately 5 million pounds of thrust from the large rocket wobbled Cape Canaveral as bystanders cheered the maiden flight of Falcon Heavy. Its 2 side boosters of the 3 core rocket jettisoned and hovered after launch and flew back to its landing pads at the Cape…
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Falcon Heavy scheduled for February 6th 2018

Maiden flight of latest Spacex rocket, based on three boosters of Falcon-9FT Flacon Heavy, is planned for this week! Launch of long for over 70 m rocket is planned for incoming Wednesday, February 6th, 2018. Rocket based on three boosters taken from Falcon-9FT will be launched from Launch Pad 39A at Kennedy Space Center. With…
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First pictures of Falcon Heavy

Picture provided by SpaceX. Elon Musk, CEO of SpaceX published on Twitter profile first pictures of almost assembled Falcon Heavy rocket. First three pictures were released on Wednesday, December 20, 2017. On first two we can see rocket with core and attached boosters without payload fairing; on additional picture we can see all 27 nozzles…
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Falcon Heavy already in November !

SpaceX Falcon Heavy rocket will be launched into its maiden flight already in November this year, claims CEO of SpaceX. SpaceX latest heavy rocket, Falcon Heavy, remains at assembly facility at LC-39A at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida. Rocket is almost finished with all three boosters completed in assembly facility, what was confirmed during show…
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Green fuel research spacecraft scheduled for early 2017

SpaceX Falcon Heavy with Air Force's Space Test Program 2 (STP-2) payload will be launched in early 2017. One of the major payload seems to keep the schedule - it is Ball Aerospace research spacecraft BCP-100 with new propulsion onboard. STP-2 mission was originally scheduled for October 2016 but due the delay with Falcon Heavy caused by…
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Falcon overloaded with knowledge – Falcon Heavy rocket under the Space Test Program 2 scheduled on October 2016

First contracted launch of Falcon Heavy is scheduled on October 2016. This time payload is provided by U.S. Air Force under the Space Test Program 2. Planned launch site will be Kennedy Space Center LC-39A, USA. SpaceX is continually expanding its offer for government agencies and Department of Defense. Launch scheduled on October 2016 will be research mission under…
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