SpaceX has just released a video showing its plans for a  reusable mega-rocket. The two and a half minute video shows SpaceX plan to revolutionize space travel and cargo transport. It plans to land three booster rockets back on earth so that they can be reused after launching orbital missions. The three nine-engine boosters are equivalent to the booster that is used to power the core stage of the Falcon 9 rocket used to launch payloads to space currently. SpaceX representatives expect to start flights of the Falcon 9 Heavy later this year.

The falcon heavy is set to be a staggering 224.4 feet (68.4 meters) tall with 27 engines powering its three-booster first stage. Its second stage has one engine that us used to help deliver payloads which can be a satellite or cargo, after it separates from its first stage. For the SpaceX founder Elon Musk it has been a primary goal to make spaceflight more economical and to promote further space exploration and development. While SpaceX still has a long way to go, its ambitious projects have so far created just the right amount of attention from space agencies to pursue more viable rocket systems for future space missions.