Elon Musk, Founder, CEO and Lead Designer of SpaceX, wants to have people on Mars for decades to come. His desire is to colonize Mars so that the human species can be conserved in the event of a third world war.
Despite its chaotic schedule to launch satellites this year, SpaceX is taking important steps toward the final destination of CEO Elon Musk's Mars.
Accordingly, CEO Elon Musk took a photo of a new rocket on social media on early Christmas Eve that will take people to Mars.
Posting on Twitter He demonstrated the construction of a spaceship prototype at SpaceX's plant in Boca Chica, Texas. Also known as the Big Falcon Rocket (BFR), this prototype spacecraft is part of SpaceX's fully reusable Big Falcon Rocket system, which also includes a 219-foot rocket amp that Musk calls Super Heavy.
Stainless Steel Starship pic.twitter.com/rRoiEKKrYc
– Elon Musk (@elonmusk) December 24, 2018
The manufactured model is basically a shorter one Variant of Starship Rocket Diameter is full size: 30 feet. The Super Heavy model will be on a large scale with a 5,400-tonne boost, well over 2,500 tons of Falcon Heavy.
According to reports SpaceX is to test the new 2019 rocket with "hopper" flights. These will only test the missiles of the system and lift them into the air and then drain them down again.
He said : "There is a 60% and rapidly increasing chance that the finished spacecraft can launch orbit until 2020."