Elon Musk, SpaceX's founder, CEO and CEO, wants Marsen to be in the next decades. His desire to colonize Mars is, therefore, to preserve the species of man to the third world war.
Although this is a chaotic launch of this year's satellites, SpaceX makes important steps to achieve the ultimate goal of sending Elon Musk to Mars.
According to him, the CEO of Elon Musk worked on social networks in the afternoon to share a picture of a new rocket that man will take to Mars.
Posting on TwitterSpaceX built a space prototype in Boca Chica facilities. This space prototype is also called the BFR (abbreviation Big Falcon Rocket). Space Falcon Rocket is part of a fully reusable system. Musk has a 219-meter high Super Heavy.
Stainless Steel Starship pic.twitter.com/rRoiEKKrYc
– Elon Musk (@elonmusk) 24th of December 2016
The model being manufactured is basically a shorter variety of Starship rocket, but its diameter is full size: 30 feet. The Super Heavy model will have full scale and boost 5,400 tons, much more than 2.500 tons of Falcon Heavy.
According to reports, SpaceX will start testing the 2019 rocket with hopper flights. These will test system rockets, start up in the air and go directly back.
He say, "60% rises rapidly" in space that can be finished in orbit 2020 in 2020.