"Heavy" was an American documentary series that aired on A&E. The series chronicles the weight loss efforts of people suffering from severe obesity.
Each 60-minute episode chronicles six months in the lives of two people who are facing life-threatening health consequences as a result of their obesity.\
Runtime: 60 minutes
Heavy - Falcon Heavy - Netflix
Falcon Heavy is a partially reusable heavy-lift launch vehicle designed and manufactured by SpaceX. It is derived from the Falcon 9 vehicle and consists of a strengthened Falcon 9 first stage as a central core with two additional first stages as strap-on boosters. Falcon Heavy has the highest payload capacity of any currently operational launch vehicle and has the fourth-highest capacity of any rocket ever built, trailing the American Saturn V, the Soviet Energia, and the never-successful Soviet N1. SpaceX conducted Falcon Heavy's maiden launch on February 6, 2018, at 3:45 p.m. EST (20:45 UTC). The rocket carried a Tesla Roadster belonging to SpaceX founder Elon Musk as a dummy payload. Falcon Heavy was designed to carry humans into space beyond low Earth orbit, especially to the Moon, Mars, and potentially to asteroids for mining, although as of February 2018 Musk does not plan to apply for a human-rating certification to carry NASA astronauts. Falcon Heavy and other current Falcon launch vehicles are to be replaced by the BFR (“Big Falcon Rocket”) by the early 2020s.
Heavy - Reusability - Netflix
From 2013 to 2016, SpaceX conducted parallel development of a reusable rocket architecture for Falcon 9, that applies to parts of Falcon Heavy as well. Early on, SpaceX had expressed hopes that all rocket stages would eventually be reusable. SpaceX has since demonstrated routine land and sea recovery of the Falcon 9 first stage, and has made attempts to recover the payload fairing. In the case of Falcon Heavy, the two outer cores separate from the rocket earlier in the flight, and are thus moving at a lower velocity than in a Falcon 9 launch profile. For the first flight of Falcon Heavy, SpaceX had considered attempting to recover the second stage, but did not execute this plan. SpaceX has indicated that the Falcon Heavy payload performance to geosynchronous transfer orbit (GTO) will be reduced due to the addition of the reusable technology, but the rocket would fly at a much lower price. When recovering all three booster cores, GTO payload is 8,000 kg (18,000 lb). If only the two outside cores are recovered while the center core is expended, GTO payload would be approximately 16,000 kg (35,000 lb). As a comparison, the next-heaviest contemporary rocket, the fully expendable Delta IV Heavy, can deliver 14,210 kg (31,330 lb) to GTO.
Heavy - References - Netflix