SpaceX Launches ‘Falcon Heavy,’ the World’s Larget Rocket

SpaceX successfully launched their Falcon Heavy rocket today from the Kennedy Space Center in Florida. The launch was originally slated to occur at 1:30 p.m.local time, but was postponed to 2:20 p.m. and then again to 3:45 p.m., due to weather concerns. The Falcon Heavy rocket is an upgrade to SpaceX’s commonly used Falcon model—boasting “two additional Falcon 9 boosters, which triples the thrust at liftoff,” helping it carry the world’s largest payload.
The successful launch means that SpaceX will be able to carry bigger loads to space, and is one step closer to Elon Musk’s mission to bring people to Mars. Read more at the NEW YORK TIMES.


  1. Joyful Musk. A winner at it all.

    Bar rooms all know his name and his fame is beginning to be just a trash winning the day from its own perch above our world. Did he launch that car yet?

    Grade away Elon. I will not think that Tesla trash is worth my penny.


  2. Beep Beep.

    Musk to the stars. Blast off to the heavens.

    Might be interesting. Save the trash they want to put there for kicks.

    Funny. I thought the heavens were holy. Musk might just have ashes on his bible. He wants to put an automobile up there and spend anyone’s cash to do so. Why? Chirping pranks for the sake of a gay culture of poor minds.

    Oh well. Not my favorite and the car is not that interesting yet. Beep Beep.


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