With computer flight controls where they are today, what would stop us from building a relatively large space station on earth, but then using 10 or 20 or even 100 falcon heavy or Starship or SLS rockets to launch it to orbit?
For an example, let’s say we built a von Braun station with a diameter of 300M that had rockets placed under it evenly every ~47 meters to launch it in one go into orbit? This assumes an extremely strong structure, but in theory, if the launches and flight paths are coordinated well they could avoid any twisting or other non-consistent pressures? Even an empty structure with nothing but the pressure vessel and basic airlock equipment would solve a lot of initial problems. I am assuming lower payload per rocket because the aerodynamics would obviously be affected at lower altitudes.
Is this remotely possible as an alternative to current space construction issues and limited fairing sizes, or are there issues I’m not considering or underestimating?