Super Heavy Booster

Super Heavy is a rocket stage fueled by liquid methane and liquid oxygen intended to serve as the first stage of SpaceX's fully reusable super heavy-lift launch vehicle, Starship. It is 70 m tall and powered by 29 Raptor engines on initial flight and 32 on later flights. As of May 2021, the first launch of Super Heavy and the first orbital flight of the Starship system as a whole is planned for later in 2021, no earlier than October.

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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 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)

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

SpaceX Shares an Image of the Super Heavy Booster Bristling With 33 Newly Installed Raptor Engines

SpaceX rolls upgraded Super Heavy booster to the launch pad

Starship is Stacked on the Super Heavy Booster. The Tallest Rocket Ever Built

Elon Musk: ‘Dream come true’ to see SpaceX's Starship rocket fully stacked on a Super Heavy booster during prep for orbital launch

Super Heavy Booster moving to orbital launch mount

SpaceX just stacked a Super Heavy Booster and installed 29 engines, all within 24 hours