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New Proposed Rocket Design Could Solve SpaceX Launch Delays Due to Bad Weather

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Look: New Proposed Rocket Design Could Solve SpaceX Launch Delays Due to Bad Weather

SpaceX has been geared up and ready to launch a new batch of Starlink satellites but due to the severe weather conditions that they suggest are “likely to persist” for the next couple of days, they have finally decided to postpone the launch date and will keep people posted as to the next target launch date once confirmed.

Firing a rocket is in no way easy and designing a rocket could be just as hard or even harder! After stating that they had to postpone the launch, which is a common thing for rockets should bad weather occur, a certain Twitter account @billhuang688 then posted a picture of a proposed rocket design that could allegedly solve launch delays due to bad weather.

The post included a picture titled U.S. Rockets All Weather #1013 Level 1 which does not seem to appear on Google at all. The post contains the certain specifications that are allegedly needed in order for rockets to be able to withstand the harsh weather and launch anyway. Although the specifications and the legitimacy of this design when it comes to withstand harsh weather, the detailed design is certainly still quite interesting.

The specifications even contain the length, diameter, weight, drag, CP, assembly time, and other specifications. Although this may look quite interesting at first, the closer you look at it, you will realize that this rocket is actually way too small and could possibly be just a model rocket and not an actual satellite-carrying rocket.

At first glance, it looks like an…

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