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Daytona

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Meet our first
workhorse launch vehicle

Daytona is a mass manufactured expendable two-stage rocket designed and manufactured by Phantom Space capable of reliable transport of satellites and other space cargo into Earth orbit and beyond. Mass manufacturing techniques allow the Daytona to be the most efficient and cost effective small payload rocket in the world.

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Daytona
specifications
HEIGHT 18.7 m / 61.4 ft
DIAMETER 1.25 m / 4.1 ft
MASS 13,436 kg / 29,559 lb
PAYLOAD TO LEO 450 kg / 992 lb
PAYLOAD TO GTO 160 kg / 353 lb
PAYLOAD TO MOON 50 kg / 110 lb
Payload

The fairing is designed to protect satellites and spacecraft on their way to orbit.
We support a wide variety of payloads from cube sats to ESPA class satellites or any other custom spacecraft.

Height 2.8 m / 9.2 ft
Width 1.25 m / 4.1 ft
First stage

The first stage utilizes 7 Hadley engines for propelling itself
in its first part of the journey to space.
This is powered by liquid oxygen (LOX) and rocket propellant-1 (RP-1).

Height 12.1 m / 39.7 ft
Diameter 1.25 m / 4.1 ft
Thrust: 155 kN / 35000 lbf
Typical Burn: 160s - 190s
Second stage

Shortly after first stage separation, the second stage ignites and begins the Daytona’s final step in reaching orbit.
The second stage uses a single vacuum optimized Hadley engine, as well as contains the avionics and all necessary computing for travelling to, through, and from space.

Height 6.6 m / 21.7 ft
Diameter 1.25 m / 4.1 ft
Thrust 26.7 kN / 6000 lbf
Typical Burn: 480s to 520s
Engine

The Hadley engines developed by Ursa Major
are pump-fed ultra-high efficiency 3D printed rocket engines.
The engines use liquid oxygen (LOX) and rocket propellant-1 (RP-1) as fuel.

Propellant: LOX / RP-1
Sea Level Thrust: 22.2 kN / 5000 lbf
Vacuum Thrust: 26.7 kN / 6000 lbf
Specific Impulse: 302s

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