Behold! SpaceX's 1st Falcon Heavy Rocket on the Launchpad (Photos, Video)

SPACE.COM | on Wed, Jan 3, 2:37 AM

If you needed a reminder that SpaceX is about to debut its huge new Falcon Heavy rocket, here you go. The company just released some gorgeous photos and a spectacular video of the Falcon Heavy[1] standing at Kennedy Space Center's fabled Pad 39A - the one-time jumping-off point for space shuttle and Apollo moon missions - ahead of its planned liftoff later this month. (SpaceX has not announced a target date yet.) "With more than 5 million pounds of thrust at liftoff - equal to approximately e...

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