Born out of a design for Mars ascenders, Eiger rocket is lightweight, quick to assemble and powered by propellants that don’t require cryogenic storage facilities.
$1.2M for a dedicated rocket to launch 150 kg payload to LEO. 90% of rocket cost in the traditional space industry is related to personnel. Pythom runs small teams and tight facilities, building in the spirit of early explorers such as Lewis & Clark, and Roald Amundsen.
Carbon neutral furfuryl alcohol. Natural ignition with nitric acid.
9 regeneratively cooled Asterex engines. Total thrust 129 kN.
Storable nitric acid (HNO3).
Up to 150 kg payload to low earth orbit (LEO).
Second stage 14kN Asterex engine with vacuum nozzle.
Modern rocket design is 80% software. Jonathan autonomous software system scans and controls Pythom rockets and space vehicles. The software monitors onboard instruments, life support systems, spaceship material, and space weather. Jonathan predicts repairs, trajectories, assists in telemedicine and much more.
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