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Elon Musk announced his first orbital flight.  "In a few weeks"

Elon Musk announced his first orbital flight. “In a few weeks”

Elon Musk And the company he runs is preparing to launch the Starship spacecraft for the first time. In the future, as part of the Artemis program, the ship will take astronauts to it moon, in the long run – on Mars.

Elon Musk. The Starship is expected to be ready to fly in a few weeks

The first orbital ship Starship must be ready for airline In a few weeks, he is just waiting for the approval of the regulatory authorities.” Elon Musk on Twitter on Saturday. In one of the responses under the entry, he mentioned it as “real time”.

A few days ago, Elon Musk posted photos on the Web and announced that the initial assembly of the rocket had been completed. The operation took place at the SpaceX Starbase facility in Boca Chica, in the south Texas.

boat cosmic Combined with a so-called rocket booster, he carried it into space. The height of the entire structure is 120 meters.

This is the largest rocket in the world. The spacecraft stands in all its glory

As Musk announced During an orbital flight, a Starship member It will orbit the Earth and then fall into the Pacific Ocean near Hawaii. The Super Heavy Engine will complete its journey in the Gulf of Mexico. next one flights It must end with a controlled landing or launch – this is to allow the missile to be reused.

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May tests of the Starship missile completed successfully

As we wrote in Next.gazeta.plIn May this year, the SpaceX Starship SN15 prototype landed successfully. First, it rose to a height of about 10 kilometers, then performed the planned maneuvers and landed. This was the prototype’s fifth high-altitude test and the first successful test. In the previous four, the prototypes were destroyed upon landing.

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Elon Musk announced that the Starship rocket will be ready for space missions with a crew on board in 2023. SpaceX founder and Japanese businessman Yusaku Maezawa will participate in the flight.