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- A few minutes later, Superheavy returns to the launch site and is caught.
- A few minutes after that, it is reinstalled on the launch mount, and fueling begins.
- Meanwhile, another Starship has been loaded up with cargo, ready to fly.
- It is picked up by the chopsticks and stacked atop Superheavy.
- The QD arm connects to Starship and begins loading it with fuel.
- 45 minutes to an hour later, the stack is fully fueled and ready to go.
Superheavy update. Again.
Revamped Superheavy Aft Section
- A cleaner-looking engine section, still with 32 engines.
- Two "old-style" aerocovers (These are still on the real booster; they contain electrical equipment.)
- Two "new-style" aerocovers (These are longer and pointier, and contain gas to restart the engines in flight.)
- Two hardpoints in between the grid fins (larger than they should be for "structural reasons")
- A QD (Quick Disconnect) panel - this supplies the booster with fuel, power, etc. while on the launch mount.
Superheavy 2.0 (+Tanker Starship!)
- Bottom floor: living quarters (Those domes represent concepts I saw for small personal living spaces. On the real ship, they would be smaller (and more numerous), but at this scale, this is as small as you can get.
- Middle floor: Cargo storage. You need supplies for a long interplanetary voyage.
- Top floor: Observation/Recreation deck. An open space where the crew can relax and enjoy the view through Starship's massive nosecone window.
- Above top floor: LOX (Liquid Oxygen) header tank (Stores oxidizer exclusively for landing, in nosecone.)
- Above fuel tanks: Crew Hatch (Pop tab lid)
- Top: Main CH4 (Methane) tank
- In between: Common dome (separates tanks) with integrated CH4 Header tank (Stores fuel exclusively for landing.)
- Bottom: Main LOX (Liquid Oxygen) tank
- Through the LOX tank: CH4 downcomer pipe. This pipe brings fuel from the upper tanks down to the engines.