Satellite Launch Vehicle Platforms

5 Satellite Launch Vehicle Platforms from 2 Manufacturers meet your specification.
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  • Manufacturers: Rocket Lab, SpaceX
Description:Electron is designed to deliver small satellites to precise and unique orbits
Launch Vehicle Mass:
13000 Kg
Launch Vehicle Diameter:
1.2 m/3.9 ft
Launch Vehicle Height:
18 m/59 ft
Payload Capacity:
200 Kg
Number of Stage:
Three Stage
First Stage Engine:
9 Sea-level Rutherford Engine
First Stage Engine Thrust:
190000 N
First Stage Engine ISP:
311 Seconds
Second Stage Engine:
Single Vacuum Rutherford Engine
Second Stage Engine Thrust:
25800 N
Second Stage Engine ISP:
343 Seconds
Propellant:
LOX, Kerosene
Space Heritage:
Yes
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Description:Neutron is designed for mega constellation deployment, deep space missions, and human spaceflight
Launch Vehicle Mass:
467000 Kg
Launch Vehicle Diameter:
7 m
Launch Vehicle Height:
40 m/131 ft
Payload Capacity:
13000 Kg
Number of Stage:
Two Stage
First Stage Engine:
7 Archimedes Engine
First Stage Engine Thrust:
5960000 N
Second Stage Engine:
Single Vacuum Archimedes Engine
Second Stage Engine Thrust:
1110000 N
Propellant:
LOX, Methane
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SKU:FALCON 9
Launch Vehicle Mass:
549054 Kg
Launch Vehicle Diameter:
3.7 m
Launch Vehicle Height:
70 m
Payload Capacity:
4020 to 22800 Kg
Number of Stage:
Two Stage
First Stage Engine:
Merlin Engine
First Stage Engine Thrust:
845000 N
Second Stage Engine:
Merlin Vaccum Engine
Second Stage Engine Thrust:
981000 N
Propellant:
Kerosene (RP-1), LOX
Space Heritage:
Yes
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Description:Falcon Heavy is the most powerful operational rocket in the world by a factor of two. Falcon Heavy can lift more than twice the payload of the next closest operational vehicle, the Delta IV Heavy
Launch Vehicle Mass:
1420788 Kg
Launch Vehicle Diameter:
12.2 m
Launch Vehicle Height:
70 m
Payload Capacity:
16800 to 63800 Kg
Number of Stage:
Two Stage
First Stage Engine:
Merlin Engine
First Stage Engine Thrust:
845000 N
Second Stage Engine:
Merlin Vaccum Engine
Second Stage Engine Thrust:
981000 N
Propellant:
Kerosene (RP-1), LOX
Space Heritage:
Yes
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Description:SpaceX’s Starship system represents a fully reusable transportation system designed to service Earth orbit needs as well as missions to the Moon and Mars
Launch Vehicle Diameter:
9 m
Launch Vehicle Height:
50 m
Payload Capacity:
100000 to 150000 Kg
First Stage Engine:
Raptor Engine
First Stage Engine Thrust:
500 klbf
Propellant:
Liquid Methane (CH4), Liquid Oxygen (LOX)
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