How Falcon 9 Became A Game-changer In The Space Arena?
In 2005, SpaceX announced to build Falcon 9, which will be the world’s first orbital class reusable rocket.
On 4 June 2010, Falcon 9 first test flight was launched, the spacecraft is 48.1 meters tall, weighing over 550 tons.
Falcon 9 is the only private spacecraft rocket, which is approved to carry humans to the International Space Station.
The ever-popular fictitious Star Wars series' Millennium Falcon gave inspiration for the name of the Falcon series.
Falcon 9 uses 9 Merlin 1D engines that put together generates more than 1.7 million pounds of thrust at the time of launch.
SpaceX now handles about two-thirds of NASA's launches, each launch costs $62 mil with its Falcon 9 reusable rockets.
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