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Elon Musk Ready To Bring Starships To Reality; Shares Photos On Twitter

Elon Musk is bringing the future to the present as his company SpaceX takes one step forward into space travel. 

Elon Musk’s SpaceX has started working on an orbital launch pad at the Kennedy Space Center based in Florida. The 50-year-old business tycoon was quick to share the news and hopes on Social Media.

Elon Musk Gives A Glimpse Of His Starships

Posting a series of tweets, Tesla’s Chief Executive Officer announced that the construction of a launchpad in Cape Canaveral has begun, as per Hindustan Times’ report. He wrote, “Construction of Starship orbital launch pad at the Cape has begun.”

The Boring Company founder further tweeted pictures of ‘Starships’ mentioning, these will be a reality very soon. 

Elon Musk’s Plan For His Starships

Through his exciting Starships, the huge and massive next-generation rockets, Elon Musk plans to make space travel a reality. These massive rockets will launch people and cargo to Moon and Mars. 

As per CNBC, NASA (National Aeronautics and Space Administration) has confirmed that SpaceX is “within the rights of their lease agreement to make lunch improvements within the boundaries of the pad.”

Further, it stated that NASA is not funding the construction of the launchpad for Starship. SpaceX has the permission to ‘build at this time’ but it would need separate approval for launches and landings, as per the CNBC report. 

The company now leased to SpaceX was previously used to launch Saturn V rockets for Apollo missions and Space Shuttle missions.

Titiksha Jain

Titiksha Jain

An ardent lover of nature, poetry, animals, food and everything rustic. Fueling her inner fire with impromptu explorations.


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