SpaceX's three-core Falcon Heavy rocket is a mega-booster that would be the largest, most powerful launch vehicle since NASA's Saturn V moon rocket. Here's how SpaceX's Falcon Heavy rocket works.

SpaceX's three-core Falcon Heavy rocket is a mega-booster that would be the largest, most powerful launch vehicle since NASA's Saturn V moon rocket. Here's how SpaceX's Falcon Heavy rocket works.

SpaceX's Huge Falcon Heavy Rocket: How It Works (Infographic)

SpaceX's Huge Falcon Heavy Rocket: How It Works (Infographic)

The World'sMost Powerful Rocket

The World'sMost Powerful Rocket

SpaceX: The World'sMost Powerful Rocket--27 engines!!!

SpaceX: The World'sMost Powerful Rocket--27 engines!!!

How It Works: The Most Powerful Space Rocket.  When the firm SpaceX launches its Falcon Heavy rocket into space late this year, the craft will become the mightiest rocket in the world. Only NASA’s Saturn V, which sent Americans to the moon, has ever generated more power. In rockets, the most important measure of power is thrust. Falcon Heavy’s 27 individual booster engines together generate 3.8 million pounds of thrust—enough to lift the 3.1-million-pound rocket and its 117,000-pound...

How It Works: The Most Powerful Space Rocket. When the firm SpaceX launches its Falcon Heavy rocket into space late this year, the craft will become the mightiest rocket in the world. Only NASA’s Saturn V, which sent Americans to the moon, has ever generated more power. In rockets, the most important measure of power is thrust. Falcon Heavy’s 27 individual booster engines together generate 3.8 million pounds of thrust—enough to lift the 3.1-million-pound rocket and its 117,000-pound...

SpaceX begins Falcon Heavy booster testing at McGregor. SpaceX has recently begun testing of the Falcon rocket cores that will comprise the Falcon heavy rocket at the company’s test facility in McGregor, Texas.

SpaceX begins Falcon Heavy booster testing at McGregor. SpaceX has recently begun testing of the Falcon rocket cores that will comprise the Falcon heavy rocket at the company’s test facility in McGregor, Texas.

SpaceX ready for Static Fire tests on spy sat rocket and Falcon Heavy core

SpaceX ready for Static Fire tests on spy sat rocket and Falcon Heavy core

SpaceX ready for Static Fire tests on spy sat rocket and Falcon Heavy core | NASASpaceFlight.com

SpaceX ready for Static Fire tests on spy sat rocket and Falcon Heavy core | NASASpaceFlight.com

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