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Old 04-01-2018, 08:51 AM   #1
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Default What would it take to get something into orbit for this?

Rocket mass 1110kg
Payload to LEO 1kg

I'm imagining a bunch of stuff, like using aerospike-like inside out nozzle on the first stage, but with an extending nozzle section correcting for pressure, allowing the "spike" to act more like a wing, allowing efficient slow ascent through lower atmosphere, and using engines of higher stages to store prop for lower ones. I'd like a conical nozzle, though biconic and tri- would be fine. Just curious......
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