SpaceX Prepping for First Full Test Fire of Its Mega Starship Rocket Next Week. The Super Heavy booster designed to get Starship to orbit has never before lit up all 33 of its engines at once.

China's sprawling lunar plans would see a hopping robot sent to the Moon in 2028, Taikonauts on the surface before 2030, a research base built from 2030-2035, and the Starship-inspired Mars-class CZ-9 super heavy lift vehicle launch by 2035

SpaceX’s Super Heavy Fires 11 of its Engines in a Long-Duration Test

SpaceX fires 11 engines of Starship Super Heavy booster ahead of test flight (video)

SpaceX's Starship Super Heavy booster test-fires record 14 engines (video)

Starship and Super Heavy are Stacked up Again. How Long Until They fly?

SpaceX stacks Starship and Super Heavy on launch pad ahead of orbital test flight (photos)

SpaceX rolls Starship Super Heavy booster off pad to prep for epic launch (video)

SpaceX rolls Starship Super Heavy booster off pad to prep for epic launch (video)

SpaceX's Starship Super Heavy rocket just fired up 7 engines for the 1st time

SpaceX's Starship Super Heavy rocket just fired up 7 engines for the 1st time (video)

SpaceX fires up multiple engines on Starship Super Heavy booster for 1st time (video)

SpaceX ignites multiple engines on Starship Super Heavy booster for 1st time (video)

Mechazilla Lifts a Super Heavy With all 33 Engines Onto the Launchpad

SpaceX lifts 33-engine Starship Super Heavy booster onto launch pad (photo)

SpaceX lifts 33-engine Starship Super Heavy booster onto launch pad (photo)

SpaceX fires up Starship Super Heavy booster again in long engine test

SpaceX fires up Starship and Super Heavy Booster 7 ahead of test flight

SpaceX Super Heavy Fires Just one of its Engines. Imagine What it’ll be Like When it Fires all 33

SpaceX fires up Starship and Super Heavy Booster 7 ahead of test flight