but he has not yet given much detail about the life of the Red Planet. He said SpaceX was primarily interested in providing transport, while allowing others to worry about infrastructure. However, company president Gwynne Shotwell said it might make sense for SpaceX's sister, Boring Company, to carry tunnels on Mars that can be used to inhabit people.
Elon Musk was filmed by National Geographic at the launch of Falcon Heavy. Amanda Kooser / CNET
If you have difficulty coping with SpaceX's plans to replace international flights with orbital rocket trips send a Japanese billionaire and his favorite artists around the moon create a global broadband and develop a Mars rocket, do not worry. How SpaceX began
In 2002, Musk and friends traveled to Russia to buy a reconstructed intercontinental ballistic missile. The Silicon Valley miracle maker, who made millions of Internet start-ups, did not want to start business at the time. He wanted to spend a big piece or perhaps all his wealth, but he hoped he would make a new push to fund NASA and explore space.
The idea was to buy a cheap Russian rocket and use it to send plants or mice to Mars ̵
1; and we hope to bring them back. Ideally, the spectacle would make the world move again in space. But Moscow's meeting in Musk was not going well and decided that it could build missiles on its own, calculating that it could undermine the existing contractors of the launch. SpaceX was founded only a few months later.
What is a Falcon 9 rocket?
Musk originally hoped to reach Mars by 2010, but the extraction of one of his orbits missed six years.
The SpaceX Falcon 1 traveled the Earth for the first time on September 28, 2008. This paved the way for the 9-engine version of the rocket, Falcon 9, the company's workstation from its first version. launched in 2010 .
Falcon 9 is a two-tier orbital rocket used to launch companies and governments, supply the International Space Station, and even send the US Air Force's super-secret spacecraft to its mysterious long missions. Over the past nine years, the company has carried out more than 70 Falcon 9 missions.
What really distinguishes Falcon 9 from the competition is its unprecedented ability to send a payload into orbit and then return to the first stage of the Earth, on solid soil or
on a floating landing pad at sea. another innovation of SpaceX. After several explosive unsuccessful attempts, Falcon 9 finally landed safely on December 22, 2015, and a few months later, another man first touched a dart. Several Falcon 9 recovered rockets have since flown and landed again. On May 11, 2018, SpaceX launched its first Rocket Block 5 Falcon 9 "Final Version" designed to be used up to 100 times with periodic repairs. A flying dragon
The SpaceX dragon was used to transport cargo to the International Space Station. The Dragon is the first merchant ship to be rebuilt after a trip from orbit. SpaceX is working on a second version called Crew Dragon, which it intends to use to send people into space and the ISS.
NASA chose Crew Dragon, along with Boeing Starliner, to be the first spacecraft to carry the astronauts at the ISS at the end of the shuttle program. The initiative was unsuccessful in April 2019, when the
Crew Dragon exploded during a ground trial due to a leak in the pressure boosting system. The first flight of the Dragon Dragon with people on board is unlikely to happen before 2020. Falcon Heavy Lifting
SpaceX took the pile of attention in February 2018 when
released Falcon Heavy at – the powerful missile launched by the United States after Saturn V, which sent astronauts to the moon. Generally, three Falcon 9 missiles are connected together, the huge launch system sends a test load consisting of the personal red Tesla Roadster of Musk in the direction of Mars. Two of the three Falcon 9s, which make up the Falcon Heavy, also landed almost simultaneously at Cape Canaveral.
More than 15 years after his initial trip to Moscow, Musk finally pulled out the international spectacle he had created in 2001, and he also built a viable business in the process.
2019 and was followed by the first successful landing of the three primary missiles. The third launch of Falcon Heavy was held on June 25, 2019, and SpaceX re-used another step,
captured the ramp load (a cone on the nose that protects the payload during the launch) using a ship , equipped with a giant grid.
How to Follow Falcon Flights
You can watch every launch of Falcon 9 and Falcon Heavy through the company website and YouTube channel. Each broadcast is usually broadcast about 15 minutes before the scheduled release time. It's also a good idea to follow the
Elon Musk bill if you do not already. SpaceX plans to use Falcon Heavy to launch heavy cargo in the coming months but is already working on an even bigger missile called Starship (formerly called BFR, Big Falcon Rocket or Big F *** ing Rocket). Musk hopes that this even more massive rocket will be able to transport loads and possibly passengers from around the world and the solar system. He intends to use Starship to ferry people on ultra-fast international flights through space and eventually to bases to be built on the Moon, Mars, and beyond. A star ship prototype called Starhopper on Earth for the first time on July 25, 2019, turning about 20 feet (66 feet) off the ground before landing a short distance in the test facility of SpaceX in southern Texas.
In 2018, Musk reveals that
Japanese billionaire Yusaku Maezawa will be the first client of the Star Ship mission company to send the developer six to eight of his favorite artists on a weekly flight  Maezawa plans to invite media artists such as literature, film, visual arts, architecture and fashion to join him on the journey. The famous art collector is at the heart of the bill for the whole journey, with the expectation that artists will create new works inspired by experience. The project is called #dearMoon, and Musk has announced plans to move the entire mission to VR for fans at home to follow them. Musk proposed his plans for a big city on Mars at two meetings at the International Aviation Congress
Paul Wooster, the company's leading engineer for his plan on Mars, said at the Mars Society Conference in 2018 that
the first humans sent to the Red Planet would live on the spaceship of the unloaded spacecraft ] indefinitely while building dwellings, landing pads and other initial infrastructure.
SpaceX not only works to make things into space but also hopes to use space to bring us the universe. In May 2019, the company
launched dozens of small satellites designed to be the first batch of a massive constellation of broadband satellites. The plan, called Starlink, will use nearly 12,000 low earth orbit satellites to cover the globe with high-speed internet access. The company claims that the service can create a new revenue stream to help fund its expensive ambitions on Mars.
Since its inception, SpaceX has been trying to get to Mars, but the company has been involved in space-related projects on Earth such as the high-speed
Hyperloop Transit Concept . A dull tunnel digging company and traffic mitigation projects are also largely operated by the SpaceX headquarters in Southern California.
Unlike the other big musical company, Tesla Motors, SpaceX is not publicly traded. Musk said he does not intend to take the SpaceX audience until the company realizes the ambitions of Mars. This means that SpaceX can make sense as the home of other future machete projects such as Hyperloop and Boring Company at the same time.