Starship (B4/S20) [SpaceX]
Super Heavy Starship [SpaceX]
Starship (formerly known as BFR (Big Falcon Rocket and BFS (Big Falcon Spaceship) is a planned very large completely reusable crewed launch system by SpaceX that is intended by the company to replace all SpaceX's existing launch vehicles and spacecraft by the mid 2020s.
The rockets are completely reusable on both stages. The expected landing reliability is to be on a par with major airliners. The vehicle has a principal diameter of 9 meters and is built from satinless steel. It is powered by SpaceX own Raptor engines running on liquid methane and oxygen. The Super Heavy Starship will be 118 m high and will weigh 4400 t at launch.
The system consists of two parts:
Launch sites are at Boca Chica, Texas, and at Cape Canaveral, Florida.
|Version||Stage 1||Stage 2|
|Starship BN4/SN20||Booster / 29 × Raptor||Ship / 3 × Raptor, 3 × Raptor-Vac|
|Starship BN7/SN24||Booster / 33 × Raptor-2||Ship / 3 × Raptor-2, 3 × Raptor-2Vac|
|Starship||Booster / 33 × Raptor-2||Ship / 3 × Raptor-2, 3 × Raptor-2Vac|
|Starship (BFR, Big Falcon Rocket)||150000|
|Starship (BFR, Big Falcon Rocket) (exp)||250000|
No.TypNo Type Date LS Payload
none planned launches 1 1 Starship B7/S24 ? xx.2H.2022 BC OLP-1 Starship S24 F1 R&D ? xx 1 Starship-HLS xx.xx.2024 CCK LC-39B/2 Starship-HLS 1 xx 2 Starship-HLS xx.xx.2024 CCK LC-39B/2 Starship-HLS 2 xx x Starship-Cargo xx.xx.2024 CCK LC-39B/2 Superbird 9 Launch sites: BC = Starbase (SpaceX South Texas Launch Site) , Boca Chica, Texas, USA CCK = NASA John F. Kennedy Space Center, Cape Canaveral, Florida, USA
Source: SpaceX Website