Space x, elon musk

Elon Musk’s SpaceX has already big plans at Kennedy Space Center. As per the draft, the environmental review has published recently by KSC. SpaceX will be undertaking a major expansion of its space facilities after some time.

SpaceX has already planned to include a 32,000 square foot tower which was standing up to 300 feet tall. An artist who shows a sphere which was sitting atop a narrow column which was with windowed tiers and it overlooks at Cape Canaveral launch pads. This includes SpaceX’s 39A at KSC and 40 at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station.  The tower will be at 300 feet, and the tower will be as tall as the Statue of Liberty. This tower will have a proposed launch and landing control system, and it includes a data center, engineering room, firing room, control center for Falcon 9, Falcon Heavy and Dragon vehicles, meeting spaces and customer control center.

The next facility that SpaceX will be adding is a new big rocket hanger. SpaceX wants to increase more rooms, and it hopes to increase the launch rate, and it makes reusing rockets more efficient. The company usually estimates that it could eventually be up to 63 landings a year of Falcon 9 and Falcon Heavy boosters and these boosters and rocket nose cones will be stored and refurbished in an area about 133,000 square foot hangar. It will include a 280,000 square-foot utilitiesyard and it is 2,500-foot security center.

The next added thing is a new rocket garden and the rockets from NASA’s Mercury, Apollo programs, Gemini which will be at nearby Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex. It will include the expansion and a new Rocket Garden to display historic space vehicles. Rocket Garden 2.0 can include Falcon boosters or Dragon capsules which are staged vertically or horizontally.

The SpaceX Operations Area will be located on 67 acres of the following or uncultivated land which was west of State Road 3, and it is between the VAB and Visitor Complex.



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