May 25, 2016 11:31 PM EDT

SpaceX Update:Falcon 9 Rockets Reday For More Missions, Elon Musk's Gear Is Not Flight Risk?

SpaceX has gained much impact for its successful missions on space. Also, it appears that the stunning Falcon 9 rocket braces for more missions. Along that line, the SpaceX and its Falcon 9 rockets are not considered flight risk but rather stable and sturdy to the core.

SpaceX is working a conveyor belt of Falcon 9 rockets for what it hopes will be a record year of missions and achievements and the Falcon 9 that will be tasked with lofting the Thaicom-8 satellite enjoyed a static fire test at Cape Canaveral on Tuesday evening, while the following Falcon 9 first stage is undergoing testing at the company's McGregor test site, reports NASA Spaceflight.

It stands to reason that SpaceX is gearing all of its facilities to take dominance in space and ensure success in all of its missions. With "next door's" Pad 39A preparing to host the debut Falcon Heavy rocket at the end of this year, SpaceX also has its West Coast facility at Vandenberg and is currently into early construction at its new launch site in Texas, reports the same post. Meanwhile, SpaceX still has more under its wings. Jobs & Hire relayed that the new gear named as the Falcon Heavy, will incorporate 27 first-stage engines in comparison to the nine aboard SpaceX's existing Falcon rocket.

The present Falcon rocket is set to fly before the year would end. Moreover, the Falcon Heavy is forecasted to become the most powerful U.S. rocket to fly and will replace the record of NASA's Saturn 5 made during the 1970s, as noted by the same post.

The strong features of the SpaceX and its facilities are indeed unparalleled. As the stunning Falcon 9 rockets braces for more missions on space, it is clear th Elon Musk's company aims on dominating the outer space and set the bar higher for successful and safety space missions.

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