SpaceX's CEO, Elon Musk, mentioned on Twitter that he had built BFR, or Big Fucking Rocket, with the total budget of $ 5 billion, in which the Great Missile Kurva was nicknamed the print-compatible, but dazzling starship Starship. Specifically, the rocket space shuttle will be called the Starship: the missile rocket attacking the Earth's mass gravity is called Super Heavy.
The Great Kurva Great Missile (hereinafter referred to as the Starship) was designed for interstellar travel. Over time, this will replace SpaceX's missiles today: Falcon 9 and Falcon Heavy.
Renaming BFR to Starship
– Elon Musk (@elonmusk) November 20, 2018
One tweeter of Musk remarked that if they did not send the rocket to another starship, it would not be a starship. Musk wrote that "Future versions will know" – that is, he could have a nineteen cards in relation to an already expensive project.
The Earth's closest star system, Alpha Centauri, is 4.3 light years away from Earth.
The 118-meter Starship (in the history of the Kurva Nagy Rakéta) and Super Heavy have not yet been completed, they are held at a relatively early stage of development. According to Musk, SpaceX has spent 5 percent of its total budget for the development of the missile. Promising developments are already in place: SpaceX has signed up with the Japanese billionaire Maezawa Jusaku so he can be the first person SpaceX sends to the Moon. That's when this happens, you do not know; the optimistic forecasts account for 2023.