A WEB COMPARING ALL THE ROCKETS WE HAVE LAUNCHED IN SPACE

The passions get great results when there is time invested in the subject, and a clear example is what a couple of fans have done in allrockets.space.

The web, which they call "Earth Rocket," has been made in just under 5 months, and shows all the orbital-class rockets in the world.

We can filter rockets by company, country and size, and even see which ones are qualified to transport astronauts. Once we select a rocket, the page shows information about its payload capacity, fairing size, cost, launch statistics and much more.

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What most attracts attention is the ability to compare rockets and see how they stack against each other. They also have excellent photos, so just to navigate and enjoy Space Technology, it's worth it.

Among the constructive criticisms received in Reddit, you can read:- Rocket that can transport objects of media medium elevation ’can also transport objects of pequeña small elevation’. Sometimes they do. This raises a question of how to classify the payload.- It would be interesting to have comparison tools in general, from fuel to the era, materials, etc.

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Anyway, we are talking about a first version, hopefully, keep it updated and we can have a permanent encyclopedia ideal for students and fans of the subject.

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