SpaceX: Raptor 2 Engine Operates at 300 Bar Main Pressure Chamber, Beating 2019 Record; Ready for Mars?

SpaceX CEO Elon Musk revealed that the Raptor 2 engine operates at 300 bar main pressure chamber meant for the Starship spacecraft for its upcoming missions. The new version of the Raptor beat the previous record it held last 2019, particularly those used for the other spacecraft of the space company. SpaceX Raptor 2 Engine … Read more

This SpaceX Render of Starship Separating with Super Heavy Booster is ‘Pretty Close’ to the Actual Thing Says Elon Musk

A SpaceX render of the Starship, and Super Heavy Booster rocket that is separating in midair has been released by a fan of the company, and it was regarded by Elon Musk as something accurate to the real one. The Starship venture still awaits its license to be passed by the regulating agency, the Federal … Read more

Elon Musk Says SpaceX Trillion-Dollar Starship Can Bring 250 Tons of Payload to Orbit; How About Reusable Rockets?

The SpaceX Starship is another topic of conversation because of its popularity amid the FAA’s environmental study, determining whether the firm can launch from its Boca Chica site. People debate how much the Starship can carry, particularly when it approaches its limit and becomes a disposable spaceship. But then Elon Musk now has the answer! … Read more

SpaceX Starship Payload: 250 Tons to Orbit As Expendable, 150 for Reusable Rocket Says Elon Musk

SpaceX’s Starship has different payload options, and it includes an option to use the Stainless Steel spacecraft as a reusable rocket or have it as an expendable one for one-time use. Elon Musk has discussed this on his Twitter page, and it says that it could carry at least 150 up to as much as … Read more

SpaceX Starship needs FAA Environmental Draft Review for Flights, Public Invited to Comment—Testing Soon?

SpaceX Starship needs FAA approval, and the Federal Aviation Authority is now fixing up the environmental draft review, which it would soon open up to the public for comments and opinions. It would help in determining if SpaceX should be given the proper permits and go signal for the launch of their Mars-bound spacecraft. FAA … Read more