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Why Starship Super Heavy's first Landing on the Mechazilla is more important than you thought?



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Elon Musk, the world’s richest man wants to build a city on Mars!
To fulfill the dream, he and his team built the world’s first fully reusable launch system which will facilitate trips to low Earth orbit (LEO), the moon, Mars, and beyond!
However, just one Starship flight is not enough to create a Martian city!
To achieve his most ambitious targets, Musk needs to launch the same Starship three times per day at least. That, in turn, means it has a chance of achieving its goal of a city on Mars by 2050.
Yep, you didn’t hear wrong!
Just a chance, not a certainty!!!
Notably, all of this happens only if SpaceX’s Mechazilla orbital grabbing arm actually captures the Starship!!!
In other words, Starship Super Heavy’s first Landing on the Mechazilla is more important than you thought.
Let’s find out more in today’s episode of Great SpaceX!

Named after the Mechagodzilla character from the Godzilla movie franchise, SpaceX’s Mechazilla launch tower is one of the most ambitious features of a spaceflight project already breaking new ground.
The Starship is a fully-reusable rocket capable of sending over 100 tons or 100 people into space at a time. The ship is designed to support all of SpaceX’s current missions while also paving the way for more ambitious plans like a base on the Moon or a city on Mars.
The under-development vessel could become the tallest and most powerful rocket ever to fly. While it’s already set to be an impressive visual sight, Mechazilla could make the scene look even more outstanding.
How does the Mechazilla grabbing arms will enable a mars rocket?
Launch towers for rockets are nothing new. NASA explains that the Fixed Service Structure at the Kennedy Space Center’s Launch Pad 39A — used for rockets like the SpaceX Falcon 9 and NASA’s space shuttle — measures around 347 feet from the ground to the top of the lightning mast. It features three swing arms for access to a shuttle placed on the pad. It’s ideal for emergency exits for astronauts.
But SpaceX is thinking bigger with the Mechazilla. In December 2020, Musk claimed that the firm planned to use the launch tower’s arms to catch the Super Heavy booster as it returns to Earth.
Why Starship Super Heavy’s first Landing on the Mechazilla is more important than you thought?
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