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SpaceX Starship Rocket

Starship and Super Heavy Rocket represent a fully reusable transportation system designed to service all Earth orbit needs as well as the Moon and Mars. This two-stage vehicle — composed of the Super Heavy rocket (booster) and Starship (ship) — will eventually replace Falcon 9, Falcon Heavy and Dragon.

The SpaceX Starship rocket is currently inactive has 2 stages and costs $7,000,000 to launch. The first SpaceX Starship rocket launch was on 12/01/2021 and the current success rate is 0%.


The dimensions of the SpaceX Starship rocket include a height of 387 ft or 118 m, a diameter of 30 ft or 9 m and a mass of 2,943,000 lbs or 1,335,000 kg.


The engines of the SpaceX Starship rocket contains 37 raptor engines in an layout. The rocket propellant is liquid oxygen and liquid methane with a thrust at sea level of 1780 kN or 400,000 lbf and a thrust in a vacuum of 1960 kN or 440,000 lbf.

Payload Weights

The payload weights of the SpaceX Starship rocket in Low Earth Orbit are 330,000 lb or 150,000 kg, in Mars Orbit are 220,000 lb or 100,000 kg, in Moon Orbit are 220,000 lb or 100,000 kg.

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