SpaceX is developing the Starship, its most potent rocket to date, which will be reusable and capable of taking humans and other payloads to the moon and beyond.
In anticipation of the upcoming first orbital test flight, the corporation just revealed video of the rocket being stacked at its Starbase development site in Boca Chica, Texas.
According to space.com, a launch tower known as Mechazilla stacks the Starship spaceship and Super Heavy boosters using two "chopstick" arms to grasp and raise the components into position.
The tower will also be in charge of capturing the rocket when it returns to Earth once it is ready for takeoff.
Elon Musk, the CEO of SpaceX, revealed last month that the Starship's initial orbital test may take place as early as October or November
when he wrote on Twitter that "November seems quite plausible" for the test.