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SpaceX chief executive Elon Musk has announced he is changing the name of his monster rocket BFR, aimed at carrying people to the Moon and possibly one day to Mars, to "Starship."
BFR has long been the unofficial name of the rocket, which is still under development.
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The letters were initially presumed to stand for "Big **** Rocket," before company executives began formally referring to it as "Big Falcon Rocket."
"Renaming BFR to Starship," Musk wrote on Twitter late Monday.
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In September, when Musk revealed that a Japanese billionaire would be among SpaceX's first tourists to circle the Moon by 2023 at the earliest, he said the trip would be launched aboard the BFR.
The 387-foot (118-meter) tall rocket will consist of a first stage with engines and fuel systems, which Musk said Monday would be called the "Super Heavy."
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The second stage "Starship" is the part with the spacecraft where the passengers will ride.
Musk has estimated the rocket system will cost $5 billion to build.
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