SpaceX Falcon Heavy rocket will launch NASA's Europa Clipper to Jupiter


On July 23, 2021, SpaceX announced that NASA has selected the Falcon Heavy rocket to launch the Europa Clipper mission in 2024. The spacecraft will study Jupiter’s moon Europa. Full Story:

Credit: | footage & animation: SpaceX / NASA/JPL-Caltech | produced & edited by Steve Spaleta (

  1. It continues…conveying blunders is the major duty of China and usa."fools, saying they have made sun, they are trying to make Mars…equally Americans saying in a regular basis they made another moon, and they are eating it into pieces for their breakfast.the big fool in Bollywood industry claiming that he purchased land in moon…enough.people are laughing at you people…they know your blunders and truth..'xxxxx

  2. I wonder why it's not going to be orbiting Europa. Secondary science missions? Too much fuel required to achieve that orbit? Easier decommissioning? Hmmm.

  3. If president Trump supports Glenn Younkgin I will support him. We cannot let the dems continue to destroy our great country.

  4. Big deal for SpaceX, if I remember correctly the last time Falcon Heavy launched something they missed the target (Roadster to Mars). Let's hope this time they actually do better. ???

  5. the reason Elon got the contract and not Bezos or Tony at ULA is Tony's rockets only go above the Kerman line to sub orbital and Tony is retiring all his rockets by years end and the Vulcan will not be ready until 2025 the only heavy rocket left in our arsenal until the SLS and Vulcan are ready is the Falcon Heavy because the Delta Heavy they only have three left the fourth will go in a museum soon and the Atlas all its slots are booked and the remaining cores one will be sent to a museum the rest will become Vulcan cores when the engines are swapped.

  6. Ok, what I don't get is everyone is scrambling to get to Mars but why is no one working on building a space station where supplies and fuel could be loaded onto ships bound for the Red planet, oxygen and refueling to give ships a full load for the trip, landing, and launch back to home. I'm just looking at the logistics of it and not knowing the science or the math of the endeavor.

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