These two rockets are used to bring man and robots to the moon. Both are powered by fuel out of gas. Rocket 1 flies first. It has 3 engines and 3 stages, 1 spike to avoid fluctuations, 1 automatic command module (flies without a pilot). Rocket 1 transports robots and material for the moon basis. The robots are programmed to build the moon station out of the material and the resources on the moon. Rocket 2 starts as second. It is aerodynamic for better flight conditions. It has exactly like rocket 1 a spike to avoid fluctuations, a semi-automatic / semi-manual command module. Differently to Rocket 1, it has only 1 stage with fuel (gas) and only two engines mounted at this stage. For this the command module has 3 engines. It transports man and and their luggage instead of robots and material. When the second rocket arrives, the moon basis is already ready to move in.
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