Demo Flight Gilmour

Demo Flight Gilmour

Eris JULY TBD 2024
Australian rocket and satellite builder, Gilmour Space Technologies, is offering a new rideshare mission into Low Earth Orbit — this time, on one of its G-class satellite buses (or G-Sat) scheduled to be launched in late 2024.
Last updated: May 10, 2024

Launch Information

Launch Information

Launch Vehicle Details

Mission NameDemo Flight Gilmour
Launch SiteOrbital Launch Pad, Bowen Orbital Spaceport, Australia
Launch VehicleEris
AgencyGilmour Space Technologies
Launch DateJULY TBD 2024
Gilmour Space in Australia is preparing to launch the inaugural flight of its Eris Block 1 rocket. The three-stage launch vehicle is 25 m (82 ft) tall and is equipped with 1.5 m (4.9 ft) diameter payload fairings. The rocket is designed to send up to 305 kg up to low Earth orbit. This first mission, called “TestFlight1,” does not appear to have a payload on board. Delayed from May 4 due to a lack of launch permit.

Launch Vehicle - Eris

Rocket Height25.0 m
Payload To LEO305 Kg
Stages3
Fairing Diameter1.5 m
Thrust110 kN
Inclination20 to 65 Degree