I really dig this generated video of what SpaceX is hoping the Falcon Heavy launch later this year will look like:
If SpaceX’s latest offering is as advertised, the Falcon Heavy should be capable of generating some 3.969 million lbs (17,615 kilonewtons) worth of thrust at liftoff. Shortly after the 27 Merlin 1D engines power the booster and its precious cargo off of the pad, the three booster cores will throttle back, not long after the two outer booster cores will detach, falling back to Earth (or, potentially, fly back) leaving the central core to throttle back up to full power.
And the next big launch is in 4 days, apparently. Hoping attempt number two to fly the booster back and land it on the drone ship works.