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Elon Musk just SAID this after Falcon Heavy’s 1st launch mission in 2023…

    Elon Musk just SAID this after Falcon Heavy's 1st launch mission in 2023...

    T minus ten nine eight seven six five four three two one engine pull power and liftoff fifth falcon heavy u.s. The USSF 67 mission began mass production shortly after sunset in one of the Space Force’s most spectacular launches of commercial rockets.

    So what Elon Musk had to say about it and what is so special about this mysterious mission, anyway find out in today’s episode Alpha Tech is powered by three Falcon 9 derived boosters with nine Merlin 1D engines. The Falcon Heavy is capable of producing up to 2,326 tons of thrust immediately after liftoff.

    Retaining its position as the world’s most powerful commercial rocket at the start of its Sunday launch window and second most powerful operational rocket, USSF-67 roughly mirrors SpaceX’s 1 November 2022 USSF 44 Falcon Heavy.

    Launch and even the second flight in 75 days used the same side boosters b1064 and b1065, which caused the Falcon Heavy’s expandable center booster or core flip to take off about three minutes after the latter decompressed the differently rated side boosters. Mission expanded. He played his part. gas with nitrogen-powered thrusters and by igniting three of its nine Merlin 1D engines.

    The return to the Florida coast was completed to return to the Florida coast. After a brief re-entry burn to reduce atmospheric heat and fired a last time to gently touch down on SpaceX’s LZ 1 and LZ 2 landing pads, the moment of landing is truly a sight to behold and Musk compares this to how Mars will descend as the local sky darkens after Falcon rises heavily after sunset.

    The rocket rapidly climbed back into daylight which created a stark contrast between the twilight and the bright rocket exhaust when the Falcon heavy side boosters flipped around and slammed their high-velocity exhaust fins into the plume opposite the center core. The spectacle of conversation and the formation of a nebula-like cloud that absorbs even more of the daylight d Falcon Heavy A dark sky a few minutes later could become an even more incredible nebula or jellyfish.

    But the rocket’s first twilight launch was still spectacular and for accompaniment Elon Musk shared this amazing photo and said the two Falcon Heavy ascending side boosters came down after a recap of SpaceX’s mission’s secret customer and nature. With respect to the USSF-67 mission payload, however, the Falcon Heavy is called the Geostationary Communications Relay Satellite cbas2.

    The Boeing CBS2 potentially built will provide communications relay capability in support of our senior leaders and combatant commanders and Space Force officers. Friday Jan 13 CBA S2’s mission is to augment existing military satellite communications capabilities and continuously transmit military data via the space-based satellite relay link cbas2, which will be launched from Northrop Grumman’s third long-duration propellant ELV, or LDPE-3A.

    which is a combination of a propellant kickstage and a satellite LDPE3A carrying a collection of rideshare satellites and payloads and is designed to operate for months in orbit using USSF-44 as a guide, the total USSF The -67 payload may weigh approximately 3.75 to 4.75 tons, or 8250 to 10 and 500 pounds, The second payload, called long-duration propellant esp83a, is actually a spacecraft bus.

    Which will host five different small payloads and provide power and propulsion before releasing these vehicles into separate orbits between these five payloads, a prototype crypto slash interface encryption satellite that will provide secure ground community communications capability. It’s a complex mission and really represents what it’s like to ensure access to space and that’s why we’re so excited about this upcoming LA.

    Launching the Falcon Heavy USSF-67 directly into geosynchronous orbit is exceptionally challenging for a directly geo GSO launch rocket, especially when with a smaller than normal payload. There is enough and sufficient propellant to separate the upper stage.

    This should be followed by at least three or four burns, with the first burn expected to lift the upper stage and the USS F-67 payload into a parking orbit about 300 kilometers above Earth’s surface. The Merlin vacuum engine will propel the upper stage pair into a geosynchronous transfer orbit, the lower edge of which is still around 300 km.

    But the high end is about 35,800 km, in the end the upper stage would have to survive that coast to coast for about 5 hours until apogee. The rocket must pass through Earth’s harsh radiation belts and maintain precise control of its orientation and tank pressures to prevent its refined kerosene from boiling off its cryogenic liquid oxygen and protect itself from exploding.

    If it does all these things right the upper stage will be able to complete a circular burn at apogee and deploy its CBA S2 and lpde3a payloads directly into geosynchronous orbit at the same speed that Earth rotates. By allowing them to hover over the same area of the planet indefinitely, this makes them useful for Earth observation, surveillance, and communications.

    Finally the Falcon upper stage will attempt to complete a final burn to send itself into a graveyard orbit just above GSO where it will eventually run out of power and lose control. It will take about six to eight hours after liftoff before SpaceX or the USSF can confirm whether the mission was successful. The Falcon Heavy was the world’s most powerful operational rocket but in November NASA’s new Moon rocket SLS, or Space Launch System, took off.

    With its inaugural launch, the SLS launched the unmanned Artemis 1 mission around the Moon, paving the way for future missions with astronauts, while the Falcon Heavy produced about 5 million pounds of thrust, the SLS 8.8 million pounds. produced. Produced. Produced. Known for producing 15 percent more thrust than the Saturn V rocket that powered the Apollo Moon landings, but at its experimental facilities in South Texas SpaceX is in the final stages of preparation for the Starship spacecraft’s first orbital launch attempt and Super Rocket is heavy.

    While the test flight is still awaiting final approval from federal regulators, it could be launched in the coming weeks and, if successful, will be powered by SpaceX’s Starship SLS, the most powerful rocket ever built, both Starship Systems SLS and Falcon. It is expected to be surpassed by the upcoming Super Heavy Booster. Designed to propel the Starship spacecraft forward into space, it is expected to generate approximately 17 million pounds of thrust.

    It’s not an all-out competition though, as both the SLS rocket and SpaceX’s Starship are integral to NASA’s plan to return astronauts to the lunar surface for the first time in half a century. In the hope of one day establishing a permanent human settlement there and that’s all for today’s episode thank you so much for watching and please don’t forget to share your thoughts in the comment section below because your support will help us create more quality content I will help I will help you.

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