SpaceX BFS now has three wings-legs with landing pads

The top of the SpaceX BFR is the BFS (Big Falcon Spaceship) has three mini-wings with landing pads. It also has 7 Raptor engines. Two of wing-legs actuate.

The major design decisions should now be complete. Elon Musk says hopper flights will be next year. High altitude and high-velocity flights will be 2020. Booster tests will be in 2020. First orbital flights could be in two to three years. There will be many test flights before putting people. They will try to put an unmanned lunar orbit flight first before putting a person on board.

The BFS will use its entire body to break and will then use the mini-wing fins to land vertically. The landing will look epic.

If you are landing on the moon then you just need thrusters.

SpaceX BFR is being built now. They have built the first cylinder section.

They are building the dome and engine section soon.

Raptor is a 200-ton engine. Aiming for 300-atmosphere chamber pressure. ISP above 380. Stage combustion, full flow, gas-gas engine.

They will do a lot of test launches before putting anyone on-board.

Launching the satellites and servicing the space station is helping to fund the BFR.

Any customers for BFR are very helpful for funding the rocket.

Yusaku Maezawa is the first customer.
He said “I choose to go to the moon”.

He was a skate boarder in Santa Monica.
He was a musician.

He started his company twenty years ago.
He started a private fashion label Zozo.

Why did he purchase all of the seats on the BFR?
Why did he want to go to the moon?
He wanted to give back to the world and contribute to world peace.

Ever since he was a kid, he was inspired by the moon.
He chooses to go to the moon with artists.

He will invite artists to go to the moon with him.

The amount of money that Yusaku has deposited and will pay for the mission will make a material difference to the BFR development budget.

Elon Musk calls Yusaku very brave and he is the real deal.

He has a website dearmoon.earth

115 thoughts on “SpaceX BFS now has three wings-legs with landing pads”

  1. Yes, I was assuming a landing. But at least you wouldn’t have to lower heavy items not used during the flight from near the top using a winch.

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  2. One more thing that stands out on the rendering is that the wings don’t look aerodynamic. The look like they have a rectangular-ish cross-section with a blunt rear edge. I’m guessing they’ll fix that in the production version?

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  3. Up until now, wikipedia /wiki/BFR_(rocket) said the BFS raptors had 375 s Isp, so 380 s would be a slight improvement. But now that wiki article states the Isp as 330 s, same as the booster. And it says the BFS raptors will be sea-level for now, with an option to upgrade to vacuum later. The BFS fires mostly above the separation altitude (except for landing), so why not go with vacuum from the start? Or at least something intermediate? Another thing that’s not clear in this new design, is how are they planning the refueling arrangement? The previous design had the fuel lines in the back, so it couldn’t use the engines while docked to a tanker. Would be interesting if the new design allows that.

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  4. I like the aft cargo provision. Makes it much easier to drop something off. And, glad to hear that he’s not going alone, that would have been such a waste. Maybe he’ll pick the Sailor Moon creator for one of his artists?

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  5. The unmanned test flights could put lots of useful cargo into orbit, I’m thinking something cheap on earth, and really useful in orbit, like water ice, and frozen food. You could send up a fabric sphere, including a sunshade, and a small kicker motor, inflate it with low pressure gas, pump a load of water into it, let the ice freeze, and lift the orbit high enough to last for decades.

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  6. I’d speculate that they’re going with sea-level engines for the hop testing and then will switch to the vacuum version for use on top of a booster. The only real difference between them is the bell right?You don’t really want to use vacuum engines at sea level too much or so I understand.I thought that was the point of the mixed engine design you’d have mostly vacuum engines but a couple of sea level engines too and only use those for retro landings on Earth since you’d be landing much lighter anyway. But they could go to the mixed approach when they implement the vacuum engines.It may be that development is lagging on the vacuum Raptors. Maybe they want to do space testing on them?

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  7. Yes I was assuming a landing. But at least you wouldn’t have to lower heavy items not used during the flight from near the top using a winch.

    Reply
  8. One more thing that stands out on the rendering is that the wings don’t look aerodynamic. The look like they have a rectangular-ish cross-section with a blunt rear edge. I’m guessing they’ll fix that in the production version?

    Reply
  9. Up until now wikipedia /wiki/BFR_(rocket) said the BFS raptors had 375 s Isp so 380 s would be a slight improvement. But now that wiki article states the Isp as 330 s same as the booster. And it says the BFS raptors will be sea-level for now with an option to upgrade to vacuum later. The BFS fires mostly above the separation altitude (except for landing) so why not go with vacuum from the start? Or at least something intermediate?Another thing that’s not clear in this new design is how are they planning the refueling arrangement? The previous design had the fuel lines in the back so it couldn’t use the engines while docked to a tanker. Would be interesting if the new design allows that.

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  10. I like the aft cargo provision. Makes it much easier to drop something off. And glad to hear that he’s not going alone that would have been such a waste. Maybe he’ll pick the Sailor Moon creator for one of his artists?

    Reply
  11. The unmanned test flights could put lots of useful cargo into orbit I’m thinking something cheap on earth and really useful in orbit like water ice and frozen food.You could send up a fabric sphere including a sunshade and a small kicker motor inflate it with low pressure gas pump a load of water into it let the ice freeze and lift the orbit high enough to last for decades.

    Reply
  12. I’d speculate that they’re going with sea-level engines for the hop testing, and then will switch to the vacuum version for use on top of a booster. The only real difference between them is the bell, right? You don’t really want to use vacuum engines at sea level too much, or so I understand. I thought that was the point of the mixed engine design, you’d have mostly vacuum engines, but a couple of sea level engines, too, and only use those for retro landings on Earth, since you’d be landing much lighter anyway. But they could go to the mixed approach when they implement the vacuum engines. It may be that development is lagging on the vacuum Raptors. Maybe they want to do space testing on them?

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  13. Maybe – but Musk made a point of saying that they aren’t at all intended to provide lift – just control. And a little added drag while decending tail-first might actually be a positive?

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  14. I knew this was a PR distraction. Now I’ve been proven right: Musk, Tesla Is Facing U.S. Criminal Probe Over Elon Musk Statements Tesla Inc. is under investigation by the Justice Department over public statements made by the company and Chief Executive Officer Elon Musk, according to two people familiar with the matter. The criminal probe is running alongside a previously reported civil inquiry by securities regulators. Federal prosecutors opened a fraud investigation after Musk tweeted last month that he was contemplating taking Tesla private and had “funding secured” for the deal, said the people, who were granted anonymity to discuss a confidential criminal probe. The tweet initially sent the company’s shares higher. bloom.bg/2D9F8mI Good day to be a short seller!

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  15. Maybe – but Musk made a point of saying that they aren’t at all intended to provide lift – just control. And a little added drag while decending tail-first might actually be a positive?

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  16. I knew this was a PR distraction. Now I’ve been proven right:Musk Tesla Is Facing U.S. Criminal Probe Over Elon Musk StatementsTesla Inc. is under investigation by the Justice Department over public statements made by the company and Chief Executive Officer Elon Musk according to two people familiar with the matter. The criminal probe is running alongside a previously reported civil inquiry by securities regulators.Federal prosecutors opened a fraud investigation after Musk tweeted last month that he was contemplating taking Tesla private and had “funding secured” for the deal said the people who were granted anonymity to discuss a confidential criminal probe. The tweet initially sent the company’s shares higher.bloom.bg/2D9F8mIGood day to be a short seller!”

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  17. To be fair, if being scheduled within 1w proximity to the breaking of a negative story about something he owns or is involved with is evidence of it being a PR distraction, there wouldn’t be many weeks in the year Space X could make an announcement in the clear.

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  18. To be fair if being scheduled within 1w proximity to the breaking of a negative story about something he owns or is involved with is evidence of it being a PR distraction there wouldn’t be many weeks in the year Space X could make an announcement in the clear.

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  19. No you ain’t. In fact, it’s the first time you’ve been able to say there’s any investigation without lying. And its not the first time you’ve said it, liar.

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  20. No you ain’t. In fact it’s the first time you’ve been able to say there’s any investigation without lying.And its not the first time you’ve said it liar.

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  21. True to form as a right wing troll. Global warming is a fraud and Elon Musk is a con artist. Anything that the corporate oligopolies put in your mouth you then regurgitate without and of your own thought. I am still waiting for a valid scientific source to support your Global Warming denial.

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  22. True to form as a right wing troll. Global warming is a fraud and Elon Musk is a con artist. Anything that the corporate oligopolies put in your mouth you then regurgitate without and of your own thought. I am still waiting for a valid scientific source to support your Global Warming denial.

    Reply
  23. A fourth leg adds only very marginally to stability. And not at all if making only 3 of them permits them to stick out further.

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  24. A fourth leg adds only very marginally to stability. And not at all if making only 3 of them permits them to stick out further.

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  25. No. Global Warming is a fraud and Musk Fluffers need to be repeatedly kicked in the gonads because of their rank imicility. Learn what a compound statement is. “I am still waiting for a valid scientific source to support your Global Warming denial.” Translation: Wasting my time because you’ll claim such support is invalid anyway.

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  26. No.Global Warming is a fraud and Musk Fluffers need to be repeatedly kicked in the gonads because of their rank imicility. Learn what a compound statement is. I am still waiting for a valid scientific source to support your Global Warming denial.””Translation: Wasting my time because you’ll claim such support is invalid anyway.”””

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  27. No, you weren’t. You said it was happening before you had any excuse to think so, you were presenting your wish as being the the truth. You lied.

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  28. No you weren’t. You said it was happening before you had any excuse to think so you were presenting your wish as being the the truth. You lied.

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  29. ATTN Mr. Brian Wang: ” The BFS will use its entire body to break ” I hope it uses it to brake, specifically to aerobrake. Vuukle keeps on telling me I’ve said this before, but I’ve never clicked “Post” Vuukle is FUBAR, and SNAFU. WTF is up with NBF and comment systems?

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  30. ATTN Mr. Brian Wang: The BFS will use its entire body to break “”I hope it uses it to brake”” specifically to aerobrake.Vuukle keeps on telling me I’ve said this before”” but I’ve never clicked “”””Post””””Vuukle is FUBAR”””” and SNAFU.WTF is up with NBF and comment systems?”””

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  31. As Elon said in his presentation, the aerodynamics of the wings and fins are primarily designed for aero-breaking using drag and for making fine control adjustment between the drag generated on the rear 2 wings verses the front fins for control. The third rear wing will be on the lee-ward side during aero-breaking descent and serves no aerodynamic purpose, so is fixed and acts as the third leg and looks similar purely for symmetry. The desired aerodynamic characteristics is similar like a skydiver wearing wing-suit gliding and breaking to a land.

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  32. As Elon said in his presentation the aerodynamics of the wings and fins are primarily designed for aero-breaking using drag and for making fine control adjustment between the drag generated on the rear 2 wings verses the front fins for control. The third rear wing will be on the lee-ward side during aero-breaking descent and serves no aerodynamic purpose so is fixed and acts as the third leg and looks similar purely for symmetry. The desired aerodynamic characteristics is similar like a skydiver wearing wing-suit gliding and breaking to a land.

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  33. As Elon said in his presentation, the aerodynamics of the wings and fins are primarily designed for aero-breaking using drag and for making fine control adjustment between the drag generated on the rear 2 wings verses the front fins for control. The third rear wing will be on the lee-ward side during aero-breaking descent and serves no aerodynamic purpose, so is fixed and acts as the third leg and looks similar purely for symmetry. The desired aerodynamic characteristics is similar like a skydiver wearing wing-suit gliding and breaking to a land.

    Reply
  34. As Elon said in his presentation the aerodynamics of the wings and fins are primarily designed for aero-breaking using drag and for making fine control adjustment between the drag generated on the rear 2 wings verses the front fins for control. The third rear wing will be on the lee-ward side during aero-breaking descent and serves no aerodynamic purpose so is fixed and acts as the third leg and looks similar purely for symmetry. The desired aerodynamic characteristics is similar like a skydiver wearing wing-suit gliding and breaking to a land.

    Reply
  35. As Elon said in his presentation, the aerodynamics of the wings and fins are primarily designed for aero-breaking using drag and for making fine control adjustment between the drag generated on the rear 2 wings verses the front fins for control. The third rear wing will be on the lee-ward side during aero-breaking descent and serves no aerodynamic purpose, so is fixed and acts as the third leg and looks similar purely for symmetry.
    The desired aerodynamic characteristics is similar like a skydiver wearing wing-suit gliding and breaking to a land.

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  36. ATTN Mr. Brian Wang: ” The BFS will use its entire body to break ” I hope it uses it to brake, specifically to aerobrake. Vuukle keeps on telling me I’ve said this before, but I’ve never clicked “Post” Vuukle is FUBAR, and SNAFU. WTF is up with NBF and comment systems?

    Reply
  37. ATTN Mr. Brian Wang: The BFS will use its entire body to break “”I hope it uses it to brake”” specifically to aerobrake.Vuukle keeps on telling me I’ve said this before”” but I’ve never clicked “”””Post””””Vuukle is FUBAR”””” and SNAFU.WTF is up with NBF and comment systems?”””

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  38. ATTN Mr. Brian Wang:

    ” The BFS will use its entire body to break ”

    I hope it uses it to brake, specifically to aerobrake.

    Vuukle keeps on telling me I’ve said this before, but I’ve never clicked “Post”

    Vuukle is FUBAR, and SNAFU.

    WTF is up with NBF and comment systems?

    Reply
  39. No, you weren’t. You said it was happening before you had any excuse to think so, you were presenting your wish as being the the truth. You lied.

    Reply
  40. No you weren’t. You said it was happening before you had any excuse to think so you were presenting your wish as being the the truth. You lied.

    Reply
  41. No. Global Warming is a fraud and Musk Fluffers need to be repeatedly kicked in the gonads because of their rank imicility. Learn what a compound statement is. “I am still waiting for a valid scientific source to support your Global Warming denial.” Translation: Wasting my time because you’ll claim such support is invalid anyway.

    Reply
  42. No.Global Warming is a fraud and Musk Fluffers need to be repeatedly kicked in the gonads because of their rank imicility. Learn what a compound statement is. I am still waiting for a valid scientific source to support your Global Warming denial.””Translation: Wasting my time because you’ll claim such support is invalid anyway.”””

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  43. A fourth leg adds only very marginally to stability. And not at all if making only 3 of them permits them to stick out further.

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  44. No.

    Global Warming is a fraud and Musk Fluffers need to be repeatedly kicked in the gonads because of their rank imicility.

    Learn what a compound statement is.

    “I am still waiting for a valid scientific source to support your Global Warming denial.”

    Translation: Wasting my time because you’ll claim such support is invalid anyway.

    Reply
  45. True to form as a right wing troll. Global warming is a fraud and Elon Musk is a con artist. Anything that the corporate oligopolies put in your mouth you then regurgitate without and of your own thought. I am still waiting for a valid scientific source to support your Global Warming denial.

    Reply
  46. True to form as a right wing troll. Global warming is a fraud and Elon Musk is a con artist. Anything that the corporate oligopolies put in your mouth you then regurgitate without and of your own thought. I am still waiting for a valid scientific source to support your Global Warming denial.

    Reply
  47. No you ain’t. In fact, it’s the first time you’ve been able to say there’s any investigation without lying. And its not the first time you’ve said it, liar.

    Reply
  48. No you ain’t. In fact it’s the first time you’ve been able to say there’s any investigation without lying.And its not the first time you’ve said it liar.

    Reply
  49. To be fair, if being scheduled within 1w proximity to the breaking of a negative story about something he owns or is involved with is evidence of it being a PR distraction, there wouldn’t be many weeks in the year Space X could make an announcement in the clear.

    Reply
  50. To be fair if being scheduled within 1w proximity to the breaking of a negative story about something he owns or is involved with is evidence of it being a PR distraction there wouldn’t be many weeks in the year Space X could make an announcement in the clear.

    Reply
  51. Maybe – but Musk made a point of saying that they aren’t at all intended to provide lift – just control. And a little added drag while decending tail-first might actually be a positive?

    Reply
  52. Maybe – but Musk made a point of saying that they aren’t at all intended to provide lift – just control. And a little added drag while decending tail-first might actually be a positive?

    Reply
  53. I knew this was a PR distraction. Now I’ve been proven right: Musk, Tesla Is Facing U.S. Criminal Probe Over Elon Musk Statements Tesla Inc. is under investigation by the Justice Department over public statements made by the company and Chief Executive Officer Elon Musk, according to two people familiar with the matter. The criminal probe is running alongside a previously reported civil inquiry by securities regulators. Federal prosecutors opened a fraud investigation after Musk tweeted last month that he was contemplating taking Tesla private and had “funding secured” for the deal, said the people, who were granted anonymity to discuss a confidential criminal probe. The tweet initially sent the company’s shares higher. bloom.bg/2D9F8mI Good day to be a short seller!

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  54. I knew this was a PR distraction. Now I’ve been proven right:Musk Tesla Is Facing U.S. Criminal Probe Over Elon Musk StatementsTesla Inc. is under investigation by the Justice Department over public statements made by the company and Chief Executive Officer Elon Musk according to two people familiar with the matter. The criminal probe is running alongside a previously reported civil inquiry by securities regulators.Federal prosecutors opened a fraud investigation after Musk tweeted last month that he was contemplating taking Tesla private and had “funding secured” for the deal said the people who were granted anonymity to discuss a confidential criminal probe. The tweet initially sent the company’s shares higher.bloom.bg/2D9F8mIGood day to be a short seller!”

    Reply
  55. True to form as a right wing troll. Global warming is a fraud and Elon Musk is a con artist. Anything that the corporate oligopolies put in your mouth you then regurgitate without and of your own thought. I am still waiting for a valid scientific source to support your Global Warming denial.

    Reply
  56. I’d speculate that they’re going with sea-level engines for the hop testing, and then will switch to the vacuum version for use on top of a booster. The only real difference between them is the bell, right? You don’t really want to use vacuum engines at sea level too much, or so I understand. I thought that was the point of the mixed engine design, you’d have mostly vacuum engines, but a couple of sea level engines, too, and only use those for retro landings on Earth, since you’d be landing much lighter anyway. But they could go to the mixed approach when they implement the vacuum engines. It may be that development is lagging on the vacuum Raptors. Maybe they want to do space testing on them?

    Reply
  57. I’d speculate that they’re going with sea-level engines for the hop testing and then will switch to the vacuum version for use on top of a booster. The only real difference between them is the bell right?You don’t really want to use vacuum engines at sea level too much or so I understand.I thought that was the point of the mixed engine design you’d have mostly vacuum engines but a couple of sea level engines too and only use those for retro landings on Earth since you’d be landing much lighter anyway. But they could go to the mixed approach when they implement the vacuum engines.It may be that development is lagging on the vacuum Raptors. Maybe they want to do space testing on them?

    Reply
  58. Yes, I was assuming a landing. But at least you wouldn’t have to lower heavy items not used during the flight from near the top using a winch.

    Reply
  59. Yes I was assuming a landing. But at least you wouldn’t have to lower heavy items not used during the flight from near the top using a winch.

    Reply
  60. One more thing that stands out on the rendering is that the wings don’t look aerodynamic. The look like they have a rectangular-ish cross-section with a blunt rear edge. I’m guessing they’ll fix that in the production version?

    Reply
  61. One more thing that stands out on the rendering is that the wings don’t look aerodynamic. The look like they have a rectangular-ish cross-section with a blunt rear edge. I’m guessing they’ll fix that in the production version?

    Reply
  62. Up until now, wikipedia /wiki/BFR_(rocket) said the BFS raptors had 375 s Isp, so 380 s would be a slight improvement. But now that wiki article states the Isp as 330 s, same as the booster. And it says the BFS raptors will be sea-level for now, with an option to upgrade to vacuum later. The BFS fires mostly above the separation altitude (except for landing), so why not go with vacuum from the start? Or at least something intermediate? Another thing that’s not clear in this new design, is how are they planning the refueling arrangement? The previous design had the fuel lines in the back, so it couldn’t use the engines while docked to a tanker. Would be interesting if the new design allows that.

    Reply
  63. Up until now wikipedia /wiki/BFR_(rocket) said the BFS raptors had 375 s Isp so 380 s would be a slight improvement. But now that wiki article states the Isp as 330 s same as the booster. And it says the BFS raptors will be sea-level for now with an option to upgrade to vacuum later. The BFS fires mostly above the separation altitude (except for landing) so why not go with vacuum from the start? Or at least something intermediate?Another thing that’s not clear in this new design is how are they planning the refueling arrangement? The previous design had the fuel lines in the back so it couldn’t use the engines while docked to a tanker. Would be interesting if the new design allows that.

    Reply
  64. I like the aft cargo provision. Makes it much easier to drop something off. And, glad to hear that he’s not going alone, that would have been such a waste. Maybe he’ll pick the Sailor Moon creator for one of his artists?

    Reply
  65. I like the aft cargo provision. Makes it much easier to drop something off. And glad to hear that he’s not going alone that would have been such a waste. Maybe he’ll pick the Sailor Moon creator for one of his artists?

    Reply
  66. The unmanned test flights could put lots of useful cargo into orbit, I’m thinking something cheap on earth, and really useful in orbit, like water ice, and frozen food. You could send up a fabric sphere, including a sunshade, and a small kicker motor, inflate it with low pressure gas, pump a load of water into it, let the ice freeze, and lift the orbit high enough to last for decades.

    Reply
  67. The unmanned test flights could put lots of useful cargo into orbit I’m thinking something cheap on earth and really useful in orbit like water ice and frozen food.You could send up a fabric sphere including a sunshade and a small kicker motor inflate it with low pressure gas pump a load of water into it let the ice freeze and lift the orbit high enough to last for decades.

    Reply
  68. To be fair, if being scheduled within 1w proximity to the breaking of a negative story about something he owns or is involved with is evidence of it being a PR distraction, there wouldn’t be many weeks in the year Space X could make an announcement in the clear.

    Reply
  69. Maybe – but Musk made a point of saying that they aren’t at all intended to provide lift – just control. And a little added drag while decending tail-first might actually be a positive?

    Reply
  70. I knew this was a PR distraction. Now I’ve been proven right:

    Musk, Tesla Is Facing U.S. Criminal Probe Over Elon Musk Statements

    Tesla Inc. is under investigation by the Justice Department over public statements made by the company and Chief Executive Officer Elon Musk, according to two people familiar with the matter. The criminal probe is running alongside a previously reported civil inquiry by securities regulators.

    Federal prosecutors opened a fraud investigation after Musk tweeted last month that he was contemplating taking Tesla private and had “funding secured” for the deal, said the people, who were granted anonymity to discuss a confidential criminal probe. The tweet initially sent the company’s shares higher.

    bloom.bg/2D9F8mI

    Good day to be a short seller!

    Reply
  71. I’d speculate that they’re going with sea-level engines for the hop testing, and then will switch to the vacuum version for use on top of a booster. The only real difference between them is the bell, right?

    You don’t really want to use vacuum engines at sea level too much, or so I understand.

    I thought that was the point of the mixed engine design, you’d have mostly vacuum engines, but a couple of sea level engines, too, and only use those for retro landings on Earth, since you’d be landing much lighter anyway. But they could go to the mixed approach when they implement the vacuum engines.

    It may be that development is lagging on the vacuum Raptors. Maybe they want to do space testing on them?

    Reply
  72. One more thing that stands out on the rendering is that the wings don’t look aerodynamic. The look like they have a rectangular-ish cross-section with a blunt rear edge. I’m guessing they’ll fix that in the production version?

    Reply
  73. Up until now, wikipedia /wiki/BFR_(rocket) said the BFS raptors had 375 s Isp, so 380 s would be a slight improvement. But now that wiki article states the Isp as 330 s, same as the booster. And it says the BFS raptors will be sea-level for now, with an option to upgrade to vacuum later. The BFS fires mostly above the separation altitude (except for landing), so why not go with vacuum from the start? Or at least something intermediate?

    Another thing that’s not clear in this new design, is how are they planning the refueling arrangement? The previous design had the fuel lines in the back, so it couldn’t use the engines while docked to a tanker. Would be interesting if the new design allows that.

    Reply
  74. I like the aft cargo provision. Makes it much easier to drop something off. And, glad to hear that he’s not going alone, that would have been such a waste. Maybe he’ll pick the Sailor Moon creator for one of his artists?

    Reply
  75. The unmanned test flights could put lots of useful cargo into orbit, I’m thinking something cheap on earth, and really useful in orbit, like water ice, and frozen food.
    You could send up a fabric sphere, including a sunshade, and a small kicker motor, inflate it with low pressure gas, pump a load of water into it, let the ice freeze, and lift the orbit high enough to last for decades.

    Reply

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