SpaceX’s Falcon Heavy Rocket During Testing at Kennedy Space Center

In this photo released on January 2, 2018, SpaceX’s Falcon Heavy rocket is pictured upright at Launchpad 39A at Kennedy Space Center in Florida as the company prepares for the rocket’s maiden flight. With more than 5 million pounds of thrust at liftoff – equal to approximately eighteen 747 aircraft at full power – Falcon Heavy will be the most powerful operational rocket in the world by a factor of two. SpaceX/UPI


Rocket Launch: January 5, 2018 8:00 PM EST | SpaceX Falcon 9 Zuma

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“Diminishing power of the Chimera group is the main reason for many initiatives currently being carried out that will break the quarantine status of planet Earth sooner or later. The first one that succeeds will trigger an avalanche of more breakthroughs that might well be synchronized with the timing of the Event. These initiatives are NOT a prerequisite for the Event, but each positive initiative that pierces the Veil accelerates the process towards the Event.”

“This is the most promising one as it could become reality within less that a year:

There are many initiatives that could make travel beyond the surface of the planet more affordable:”


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2 thoughts on “SpaceX’s Falcon Heavy Rocket During Testing at Kennedy Space Center”

  1. There will be dozens of space missions in 2018. It is said that around the planet will be busy. For examle: Falcon Heavy mission, China, Japan, India have space missions planned for 2018. China space agency with the moon lander will be on the dark side of the moon sometime in 2018. India is going to the moon, too (March 2018).

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