Interplanetary transportation system by SpaceX
This animation shows the interplanetary transportation system of the US company SpaceX, especially during a space trip to Mars. The rocket took off from Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Florida, and files an orbital parking shuttle in space before returning the launcher on its launch pad. Back on Earth, the pitcher is immediately charged with a liquid propellant tank for the engine operating the shuttle, then he goes into space to deliver the tank to the patient spaceship in orbit. The delivery made, the pitcher returns to Earth and the shuttle deploys its solar panels with a power of 200 kW, to head to Mars at a tremendous speed of 100 800 km/h. When they arrived, the spacecraft lands on the red planet and its occupants can then get out of the shuttle.