For F9v1.1: first stage (full length of the stage incl. Falcon 9 v1.1 was the second version of SpaceX's Falcon 9 orbital launch vehicle.The rocket was developed in 2011–2013, made its maiden launch in September 2013, and its final flight in January 2016.

The Falcon 9 rocket was fully designed, manufactured, and operated by SpaceX. engines) 41 m. interstage 6 m. 2nd stage 8,3 m. Dragon trunk 2,8 m. For F9v1.1: first stage (full length of the stage incl. Falcon Heavy is the same height as Falcon 9 (229.6 ft / 70 m) with a width of 39.9 feet (12.2 m) across the three cores. From top: ORBCOMM-2, CRS-8, JCSAT-14, and THAICOM 8. Re: Falcon 9 velocity/altitude values from webcast « Reply #13 on: 08/23/2016 10:41 pm » Your work is pretty cool and deserves a comparison to the actual max-q indicated for each mission. Falcon Heavy is the same height as Falcon 9 (229.6 ft / 70 m) with a width of 39.9 feet (12.2 m) across the three cores. Payloads Payloads Falcon 9 first stage velocity and altitude comparisons These four screenshots show Falcon 9 velocity and altitudes at the approximate moment of main engine cutoff, just before stage separation. The fairing is 13 m (43 ft) long, 5.2 m (17 ft) in diameter, weighs approximately 1,900 kg, and is constructed of carbon fiber skin overlaid on an aluminum honeycomb core. 2nd stage 9,3 m (length of the outer skin visible on a stacked rocket, so excl engine) These are ±0.5 m due to distortion in the photos I used. The Falcon 9 uses a payload fairing to protect (non-Dragon) satellites during launch. Then, with thrust greater than five 747s at full power, the Merlin engines launch the rocket to space. Falcon 9 first stage velocity and altitude comparisons These four screenshots show Falcon 9 velocity and altitudes at the approximate moment of main engine cutoff, just before stage separation. The Falcon 9 v1.1 uses a first stage powered by nine Merlin 1D engines. Development testing of the v1.1 Falcon 9 first stage was completed in July 2013. Re: Falcon 9 velocity/altitude values from webcast « Reply #13 on: 08/23/2016 10:41 pm » Your work is pretty cool and deserves a comparison to the actual max-q indicated for each mission. Since the Falcon 9 is not designed for a single specific payload, it can carry just about anything that is less than the max payload weight and that will fit in the fairing. Unlike airplanes, a rocket's thrust actually increases with altitude; Falcon 9 generates more than 1.7 million pounds of thrust at sea level but gets up to over 1.8 million pounds of … 2nd stage 9,3 m (length of the outer skin visible on a stacked rocket, so excl engine) These are ±0.5 m due to distortion in the photos I used. Typically, the mass of the rocket does not include a payload. The landing on LZ-1 was the first overall successful Falcon 9 and the third landing attempt on a hard surface. Unlike airplanes, a rocket's thrust actually increases with altitude; Falcon 9 generates more than 1.7 million pounds of thrust at sea level but gets up to over 1.8 million pounds of … From top: ORBCOMM-2, CRS-8, JCSAT-14, and THAICOM 8. engines) 41 m. interstage 6 m. 2nd stage 8,3 m. Dragon trunk 2,8 m. Then, with thrust greater than five 747s at full power, the Merlin engines launch the rocket to space. The zone, consisting of a pad 282 feet (86 m) in diameter, was first used on 16 December 2015 with a successful landing of Falcon 9 Full Thrust.