Titans Spaceplanes

The Holy Grailof AerospaceThe future oforbital space travel

We take a different approach when it concerns long-term Eart-Orbital space travel: Spaceplanes.

The Titans Spaceplanes are planned for year-end 2025. The spaceplanes will take Titans Astronauts and guests to Low Earth Orbit for a three-day stay at the initial modules of the Titans LEO OrbitalPort - from 2026 onwards.

Over the course of the next eight years (2022-2030), TSI will develop two generations of Single-Stage-To-Orbit (SSTO) reusable launch vehicles, in the form of a spaceplane.

The Titans Spaceplane is a hyper-modern, large-capacity spaceplane, heavily inspired by the 1970s Rockwell Industries' Star-Raker.

Over the course of the next eight years (2022-2030), TSI will develop two generations of Single-Stage-To-Orbit (SSTO) reusable launch vehicles, in the form of a spaceplane.

 

Titans Spaceplanes serve four main purposes:

1. Cargo and Titans Astronauts transportation to LEO (OrbitalPort and other parties’ space stations).

2. Satellite launches for TitansN and 3rd parties.

3. Materials and robot delivery and astronaut workers access to construct the OrbitalLoop System and the SuryaHelios Space Solar Power farms on the OrbitalLoop System.

4. Refueling tankers for cis-Lunar travel, e.g. to the Lunar OrbitalPort (see below) and Titania Lunar (see below). 

According to preliminary research, the following specs of the Titans Spaceplane can be shared:

  • – Total Length: 105 m
  • – Wing Span: 100 m
  • – Operating Speed: Mach 7.2
  • – No. of Engines: 13
  • – Wing Configuration: Delta
  • – Control surfaces: Flaperons, Leading edge slats, rudder, elevator.
  • – Cargo sizing: 42*6*6 m
  • – Fuselage max. width: 13 m
  • – Fuselage Max. height: 10.3 m
  • – Cockpit: Double Decker
  • – Cockpit length: 21 m
  • – Landing gear type: Tri-cycle landing gear under the wings and retractable (partly detachable)
  • – Total No. of tires: 36
  • – Winglet design: Movable Winglet (upward, flat, downward)
  • – Cargo loading & unloading: Through the hinged nose