Do we know the difference from other Space Research Centers of SpaceX Company?
Rockets come from three different parts.
The impulse and the fuel body are used only to get out of the orbit to return, the aim is to push the thing to be transported out of the world at the head.
At the rocket staging phase, the payloads, that is the satellites in the cabin or the track to be traveled, are left at the desired point in the space, eaving modules of different rocket sections.
SPACEX founder Elon Musk said, "Why do we need to move the payload part of the rocket engine accents and the body disposable?" Payload part of the car, satellite or astronaut out of orbit, then push it back to the world''
They are trying to bring the rocket engine and the booster section back to the point of successful return.
But Falcon Heavy on February 6, 2018, had a problem and managed to return to the space center where the launch took place shortly after Falcon Heavy's two outer igniters threw it. But the planned landing of the SpaceX's giant rocket's central core igniter to the robot ship in the ocean was not successful.
The central core could fire only one of the three engines required for landing. Therefore, the robot planned to collapse was thrown into the water at a speed of 483 kilometers per hour at a distance of about 90 meters from the ship. The impact of the caused a shrapnel effect, and the two motors of the robot's ship were impacted unceasingly.
About two and a half minutes after the launch, the two outer igniters left the main body and returned to the earth. It landed at almost the same point as Landing Area 1 and Landing Area 2 in a pair of rocket spacecraft.
So Tesla Roadster and Starman, who are in the payload section of the cabin, are now continuing their space journey with the goal of reaching Mars and it is stated that they can reach Mars after 6 months.