The SpaceX Starship and likely the Super Heavy Booster will have wheels so that they can be towed to the launch pad. Having wheels built into the vehicles will make them easier to move to launch pads and from where they land.
Colored sections above are completed parts of the SpaceX Starship prototype. Created by Felix Schland and fael097
The vehicles will be reusable and Space Shuttle crawlers would require massive lifting equipment to move rockets. Wheels that deploy would enable easier logistics for moving the heavy rockets.
This was highlighted by in Felix Schlang’s at What About It? video.
Elon Musk also tweeted that the SpaceX Falcon 9 iterative improvement was slowed down to enable payload safety and crew safety work.
The SpaceX Starship improvement will not be constrained to slower development. Elon Musk is targeting a fully reusable orbital flight in 2020.
Elon tweeted that the progress in any given technology is simply # of iterations * progress between iterations
Attach wheels to the landing legs & tow Starship to the launch pad
— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) February 20, 2020
F9 iteration slowed down as payloads became too important to risk. Little change is expected going forward with F9/FH or Dragon. Starship production & thus iterative improvement will be much faster than Falcon. Driving hard for fully reusable orbital flight this year!
— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) February 20, 2020
These problems are fundamentally intertwined. Building many rockets allows for successive approximation. Progress in any given technology is simply # of iterations * progress between iterations.
— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) February 20, 2020
Could Cybertruck tow Starship in theory (just Starship, without Super Heavy)?
— Viv (@flcnhvy) February 20, 2020
SOURCES- Twitter, What About It, Fael097Written By Brian Wang. Nextbigfuture.com
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