SpaceX on Mars: mission impossible?

Elon Musk has always ensured that the ultimate goal of SpaceX is the colonization of the red planet. But is his desire to deposit humans on Mars before the end of the decade credible? Across the Rhine, two engineers have done the accounts… “2029.” Although he has slightly lowered his ambitions – the original date … Read more

What are the differences between the two giant launchers from SpaceX and NASA?

While SpaceX’s Starship and NASA’s Boeing-built SLS could both make their first flight this spring, let’s find out the similarities and what differentiates these two heavy launchers that promise the Moon and Mars. Today the NasaNasa and SpaceXSpaceX are each developing a heavy launcher capable of sending humans onto the MoonMoon and on Mars. With … Read more

look at the huge and impressive Starship assembled on its launch pad

Here we go again for a full Starship! For the first time, copy 24 of the Starship has been assembled with demonstration booster No. 7. They will undergo tests together, in preparation for a flight attempt which will come later, with these two elements. On the night of October 11 to 12, the demonstratordemonstrator SN … Read more

look at the huge and impressive Starship assembled on its launch pad

Here we go again for a full Starship! For the first time, copy 24 of the Starship has been assembled with demonstration booster No. 7. They will undergo tests together, in preparation for a flight attempt which will come later, with these two elements. On the night of October 11 to 12, the demonstratordemonstrator SN … Read more

Why has SpaceX’s Starship still not taken off?

You may also be interested [EN VIDÉO] SpaceX: replay of the successful flight of the Starship SN15 prototype Watch the SN15 prototype of SpaceX’s Starship spacecraft fly at altitude. The machine landed successfully in the planned landing area, and for the first time, without exploding! The most important element of Starship is the Raptor engine. … Read more

What are the differences between the two giant launchers from SpaceX and NASA?

You may also be interested [EN VIDÉO] SLS, the most powerful launcher in the world Video presentation of the future most powerful launcher in the world, developed by NASA for the Artemis lunar program. Today the Nasa and SpaceX are each developing a heavy launcher capable of sending humans onto the Moon and on Mars. … Read more