What Is The Payload Of A Rocket Bitlife

The payload of a rocket is the part of the rocket that carries the cargo or passengers. The payload can be anything from a satellite to a human being. The payload is usually located at the top of the rocket and is separated from the rocket once it reaches its destination. The payload can be designed to perform a specific task such as scientific research or communication.

For example, the payload of the Falcon Heavy rocket launched by SpaceX in 2018 was a Tesla Roadster with a mannequin named Starman in the driver's seat.