An animation video shows the size of Space X rockets in real life

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Space X rockets animation video

Space X CEO, Elon musk recently retweeted an animation video that features the sizes of Space X rockets into something the human brain can comprehend.

VFX Artist Wren Weichman creates this video and explains the Falcon stands 230 feet tall. Also mentions, most people have never observed a rocket very close.

In the video, Weichman provides details of these mind-blowing accomplishments of designing. Using his VFX muscles, he uses a blend of 3D modeling and computer animation to put the rockets in ordinary areas, delineating exactly how spacecraft really.

Size of Space X rockets

In the video, the Space X rockets Falcon 9, Falcon Heavy and the upcoming BFR Mars spacecraft stand in an office building or next to the Statue of Liberty and other recognizable backdrops.

Also, the video shows, The Falcon 9 rocket is roughly the height of a 21-story building flies at speeds of more than 17,000 mph (27,000 km/h). While, the Falcon Heavy rocket isn’t even the biggest rocket that will be in SpaceX’s arsenal. The company’s 348-foot-tall BFR rocket is taller than the Statue of Liberty.

Weichman says, as big as these rockets are, we may see rockets that are even larger. According to the latest space science news, the BFR is still not as large as the Saturn V rocket, which took us to the moon and we built that 50 years ago.