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Falcon Heavy - the World of Things


Falcon Heavy is a reusable heavy-lift launch vehicle designed and manufactured by SpaceX. The Falcon Heavy is a variant of the Falcon 9 vehicle and consists of a strengthened Falcon 9 rocket core with two additional Falcon 9 first stages as strap-on boosters. This increases the low Earth orbit (LEO) maximum payload to 63,800 kilograms.
Important dates: 6th February 2018 (first launch and flight of Falcon Heavy); November 2017 (launching of PowaINFRA - an awesome Internet of Things).
This post forms part of the series of posts around 1001 Awesome things that have shaped our world. As we move to a more connected world our vision is to deliver 1001 Awesome IoT sensors.
Now that you know about an awesome thing in the world, discover our awesome world of things...
Visit the website of DS or email info@ds.co.za to discover awesome #IoT solutions and services. We are proud South African innovators!

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