Thursday, June 15, 2017

Space1 Rocket Designs

A perfect rocket flight and parachute deployment for final recovery
The only three known Singularity Rocket designs by Space1 in 2014
Space1 developed 14 rockets in 2014
Space1 has declassified documents showing The Singularity rocket designs in the year 2014, and a list of fourteen other space rockets. The Singularity had the focus of a large payload floor designed to ferry groups of tourists into space. As the capsule is composed of bullet and space proof clear window, one could see space in 360-degrees surround vision. The Singularity Rocket was the only creation with this type of surround vision in space.

The List was created June 1st, 2014 and includes 14 rockets and three rocket design series. Currently in 2017 Space1 has 15 inventory fleet rockets all of which are Safety Rockets. The Singularity rocket had 3 designs, including the final third and final Vortex rocket which was capable of extremely high velocities during space travel through the Troposphere. The Singularity was the final rocket design produced and built in 2014.

No rocket list is available for 2017 as the 15 rockets carried over from 2016 are unnamed. However, Space1 can release some data about the function of specific rockets.

(1) One rocket is a deep space traveler design to achieve the deepest mission of all time, and penetrate the farthest into space. The biggest concern here is returning to the Earth using new navigation so as not to become lost over Africa or another continent.

(2) Another rocket is the Space Plane horse, capable of heavy lift to take up a total of two Space Planes.

(3) The Ejectables rocket is very specific for testing the mission of sending up tourists wishing to partake in the Ejectables program, a real life fantasy where they can wear the super hero suit (such as Iron Man) and eject (jump out) from the Space Rocket and fly back to the Earth in super hero style.

(4) The double stager rocket is designed to test the altitude limits of multiple staging.

(5) Biggest diameter rocket is the largest single-most rocket designed for space travel with a large but minimal drag coefficient.

(6) Rapid turn around time rocket is designed to fly and fly, with only a motor change after immediate recovery.

(7) The LC rocket is pure low cost only, a test to see how low (in cost) a rocket can safely function.

(8) The MT rocket is designed for extra telemetry and test payload or to be replaced with multiple tourists during a single mission.

(9) The observation rocket is rounded with cameras design to observe the Earth relative to the rocket position during flight, including lift off and recovery.

(10) Payload rocket is designed for payload testing, given its larger rocket size and more payload room.

(11) Standard rocket explores what's capable with a standard lower cost engine and fuel.

(12) Test rocket primarily tests parachutes, weight, and the downrange drift given specific wind parameters.

(13) The welded fin ring rocket is also a reusable rocket with a ring of interchangeable fins to test various fin designs by interchanging the bolt-on ring.

(14) TR is entirely a test rocket designed for flights without tourists.

(15) High visibility rocket rounds out the 2017 fleet inventory.

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