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Gallery: SpaceX's new stainless-steel "Starship" rocket

Starship will be the most powerful rocket in history, capable of carrying humans to the Moon, Mars, and beyond.

Gallery: SpaceX's new stainless-steel "Starship" rocket
A prototype of SpaceX's Starship spacecraft is seen at the company's Texas launch facility in Boca Chica near Brownsville.
Gallery: SpaceX's new stainless-steel "Starship" rocket
Starship rocket is 5.5 times taller than SpaceX's first rocket, the Falcon 1.
Gallery: SpaceX's new stainless-steel "Starship" rocket
The Starship spacecraft is a massive vehicle meant to take people to the Moon, Mars, and beyond.
Gallery: SpaceX's new stainless-steel "Starship" rocket
Ultimately, Starship will carry as many as 100 people on long-duration, interplanetary flights.
Gallery: SpaceX's new stainless-steel "Starship" rocket
Starship will provide affordable delivery of significant quantities of cargo and people, essential for building Moon bases and Mars cities
Gallery: SpaceX's new stainless-steel "Starship" rocket
SpaceX is building Starship vehicles in both Boca Chica and Cape Canaveral, Florida.
Gallery: SpaceX's new stainless-steel "Starship" rocket
Starship halves being joined.
Gallery: SpaceX's new stainless-steel "Starship" rocket
Three Raptors on a Starship.
Gallery: SpaceX's new stainless-steel "Starship" rocket
Starship at the launch facility in Cameron County, Texas.
Gallery: SpaceX's new stainless-steel "Starship" rocket
Starship's powerful Raptor engine.