UR-700 Launch version finished - Nick Stevens Graphics
So here are some images of the finished launch version. Let’s start with the exploded view, showing how all the parts fit together: The third set of booster pairs are directly behind the second stage. (That’s the core stage, they are numbered in the order they are dropped). Worth remembering that fuel is transferred from … Continue reading "UR-700 Launch version finished"
SpaceX Starhopper, Starship, Super Heavy, Falcon 9 and BFR comparison by Kimi Talvitie
After making some of the best model renders of SpaceX's stainless steel Starship to date, Finnish 3D artist Kimi Talvitie has made another image, comparing the models of Starhopper, Starship, Super Heavy booster, Falcon 9 and full stack Starship + Super Heavy.
Saturn V and SpaceX Starship at launch pad by Gravitation Innovation
Today 50 years ago the most powerful rocket ever built - Saturn V - launched first astronauts to set foot on the Moon. But right now SpaceX is building even more powerful rocket for Mars - Starship. Here is a poster by Gravitation Innovation with Saturn V and SpaceX Starship at launch pad.
Cutaway diagram of SpaceX Starship
Unofficial cutaway diagram (in German) of SpaceX's Starship by German illustrator Julian Schindler. Starship & Super Heavy is a fully reusable two-stage super heavy-lift launch vehicle and spacecraft currently developed by leading NewSpace company SpaceX.
This imaginative drawing liked by Elon Musk reveals just how crazy SpaceX's first missions to Mars will be
SpaceX, the aerospace company founded by Elon Musk, is building a spacecraft called the Big Falcon Rocket to launch people to Mars. Details are limited, but a scientist and artist in the Netherlands drew a cross-section illustration that imagines the inner workings of its 157-foot spaceship.
SpaceX Super Heavy Starship with additional two side boosters
SpaceX's Super Heavy Starship version with additional two side boosters. This was put together by Reddit user LargeMonty from the Starship renders by Finnish 3D artist Kimi Talvitie.
Rockets will let you travel to ANYWHERE on Earth in just 60 minutes
Gwynne Shotwell, COO and president of SpaceX, made the comments during a recent Ted Talk in Vancouver where she also described Mars as a 'fixer-upper planet'.