On Tuesday, Space X releases a new 3D animated video displaying the launch of Falcon Heavy rocket.
Falcon Heavy is the world’s most powerful rocket as it can effortlessly lift into orbit with a payload of 53 metric tons. The payload is nearly double to the load of any other ordinary rocket.
A few months ago, Space X has signed an agreement with NASA in order to use its pad 39 A. The space firm intends to use the pad for the launch of manned Dragon V2 and Falcon Heavy.
Space X was working on the development of the Falcon Heavy since last several years. Finally, the company is all set to launch the rocket till the end of 2015.
The space transport service launched a test flight of the rocket on 10 January at 9:47AM GMT from Cape Canaveral. Unfortunately, the test flight ended with a “rapid unexpected disassembly”. Hence, Space X is currently working on the next run of the rocket.
However, the latest video shows the launch of all three Falcon Heavy rockets from Kennedy Space Center.
Additionally, Space X has planned to send a space weather monitoring satellite into Orbit through Falcon 9. The chief objective of the mission is to help NASA and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. The flight is scheduled for the 8th of February 2015.