American SpaceX company linked its rocket’s sections – an upper-stage called Starship and a booster called Super Heavy at the company’s Starbase R&D center in Boca Chica, Texas. The vehicle is 120 meters (400 feet) tall, taller than any prior launch vehicle. It will produce roughly twice the push of the spaceship that launched men to the moon when it finally lifts off. The thrust of the next SpaceX Super Heavy rocket is projected to be roughly 70 meganewtons. To connect the two segments, a large crane was required. They were attached for an hour before being separated again. To be ready for its first launch, SpaceX must complete weeks or months of testing. The Starship will be launched into space for a once-around-the-Earth trip that will culminate with a “landing” near the Hawaiian islands in the Pacific. The Super Heavy will be sunk in the Gulf of Mexico afterward.