ELON Musk has given space fans a look at the Falcon Heavy super rocket his company SpaceX hopes will one day take people to Mars.
Currently under public inside SpaceX’s hangar at NASA’s Kennedy Space Centre in Florida, the outrageous rocket is scheming for its lass excursion next month.
It is the many absolute U.S. rocket given NASA’s Saturn V moon rocket in 1967, and is able of rising twice as much cargo as the Delta IV Heavy, built by the United Launch Alliance in 2004.
Unlike the smaller Falcon 9 rocket, which is frequently used to packet reserve to the International Space Station, the Falcon Heavy rocket was designed to take people into space.
They will transport inside a Dragon space plug trustworthy to the top of the rocket booster, and it’s hoped it could be holding two tourists to the moon as early as next year.
SpaceX then hopes to have booster alighting on Mars by 2020.
Musk has pronounced that the Falcon Heavy’s first tour will take his Tesla Roadster into space, and will be launch on a arena directed for the Mars orbit.