Spectacular photos from yesterday’s flight of SpaceX’s Falcon Heavy, ‘the most powerful rocket in the world’

The powerfull launcherlauncher of SpaceXSpaceXthe Falcon Heavy, successfully lifted off from launch pad 39A at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida on 1er November at 1:41 p.m. GMT (2:41 p.m. Paris time) across the fogfog. It had been three years since he had returned to space service. His mission, classified top secret, was to place geostationary orbitgeostationary orbitnearly 36,000 kilometers from Earth, military satellites for theU.S. Space Force, the new American space force. The two lateral stages returned eight minutes after takeoff to land gently vertically, while the central stage, meanwhile, failed at sea, due to lack of fuel. But that was expected, because SpaceX needed all of its fuel to push the USSF-44 payload into space.

the Falcon HeavyFalcon Heavywhich is 70 meters high, consists of an assembly of three launchers Falcon 9Falcon 9 forming and is powered by a total of 27 Merlin engines, capable of placing up to 26.7 tonnes into geostationary orbit. The launcher had made its maiden flight in February 2018 and put into orbit, remember, a carcar…: Tesla’s roadster, which now revolves around the SunSun.


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