EOS is a Single Stage To Orbit – SSTO – launch vehicle designed to be user-friendly, reliable, and affordable so that anyone can use it to deliver and recover payloads from space.
Our SSTO can be launched from various locations with minimum to none infrastructure needed.
Our in-house developed propulsion unit, called MR or “Motore a Razzo”, is powered by Liquid Oxygen and Kerosene.
EOS employs 9 MR-2 engines, each generating 2.8 kN for a total of 25 kN of thrust.
N of Engines
295 s (weighted)
Launch Infrastructures and operations
EOS is meant to employ the least amount of infrastructure possible, ideally none. The vehicle can be transported inside a wood shipment box to the selected launch site.
The system requires only a health check and refurbishment of commodities. The fuel can be either loaded on-site or beforehand.
Re-Entry and Landing
During the reentry phase, a skip trajectory is employed to maximize the reentry time while reducing both thermal and mechanical loads.
Once lower down in the atmosphere, a parafoil is ejected, allowing a highly precise pinpoint landing.