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S P A C E C R U I S E R
S P A C E
C R U I S E R
The Vela Technology Development Inc. Space Cruiser
«
is Space Adventure's top-of-
the-line sub-orbital flight provider. The Space Cruiser is designed to maximize your
sub-orbital space experience by being specifically designed for space tourism
.
Passengers: 6
Flight Crew: 2
Max Speed: Mach 3.4* / 2,300 mph (3,220 kph)
Max Altitude: Over 62 miles (100 km)
Minutes of Zero Gravity: 2.5
Wing Span: 38 ft (11.5 m)
Length: 61 ft (18.6 m)
Takeoff Weight: 25-30,000 lbs. (11,364-12,000 kg)
Propulsion System: 3 Nitrous Oxide/Propane, pressure-fed rocket
engines (estimated thrust at 20,000 lb. each);
and twin, pylon mounted, JT15D-class turbo-jet engines
(estimated thrust at 2200-4000 lb. each)
*Mach calculated at sea level.
Our top of the line space tourism experience.
RLV Specs
The Space Cruiser flight profile: The Space Cruiser is carried aloft beneath the Sky Lifter,
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a
specialized sub-sonic carry jet, and released at an altitude of 50,000 feet (15 km). Once the Space
Cruiser is released from the Sky Lifter the flight crew fires three rocket engines that accelerate the
Space Cruiser to over Mach 3.4 or 2,300 mph (3,220 kph), the fastest speed achieved during the
flight. Following main engine cutoff the Space Cruiser will coast to an altitude of over 62 miles (100
km). During this phase in the flight the Space Cruiser enters a state of free-fall and the cabin seats
are folded down to maximize an approximately two-and-a-half-minute in-cabin zero gravity
experience. Just prior to re-entry the crew fires retro-rockets to slow the Space Cruiser and orient the
vehicle for re-entry. Following the re-entry phase, the flight crew will activate its jet engines and land
like a conventional jet aircraft on a commercial runway.

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