Reentry capsule to bring cargo from space back to Earth. Global Delivery of Supplies. Space Station Resupply and Return. Resource Return.
Product/Service - Ray, Arc
- Cargo Transportation & Landers
- Transport Service (Re-Entry)
Microgravity Flight Service (LEO)
Microgravity Flight Service (Reusable Satellite)
- Space Capsule
- First launch
Potential customers for the company’s capsule would be both commercial and government, he said. The U.S. military, for example, could store supplies in orbit and use the capsule to deliver them anywhere in the world.
Another application would be to resupply future commercial space stations. “The current model is up and down once every three or four months. But as we start to move to a more commercialized industry, you need that high cadence of once a week,” Fiaschetti said.
The capsule also could serve as a stand-alone platform for conducting space missions. “Once our capsule is in orbit, it is able to maneuver itself either to a space station, or can deploy solar panels and stay in orbit as a free flyer,” he said. In that mode, it could host research experiments on board and then return them back to Earth or to a space station.
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