American orbital launch vehicle. Proposed growth variant of the heavy-lift version of the Atlas V launch vehicle with three parallel 5-m-diameter wide-body Common Core Boosters (CCB), each with 1 or 2 RD-180 engines; a 5-m-diameter new Lox/LH2 stage with 2 or 4 engines with a total thrust of 180,000 kgf; and a 5 m diameter payload fairing.
Payload: 29,000 kg (63,000 lb) to a earth escape.
Status: Design 2003.
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Gross mass: 1,800,000 kg (3,900,000 lb).
Payload: 29,000 kg (63,000 lb).
Height: 63.00 m (206.00 ft).
Diameter: 5.00 m (16.40 ft).
Span: 15.00 m (49.00 ft).
Thrust: 22,940.00 kN (5,157,110 lbf).
Atlas V The Atlas V launch vehicle system was a completely new design that succeeded the earlier Atlas series. Atlas V vehicles were based on the 3.8-m (12.5-ft) diameter Common Core Booster (CCB) powered by a single Russian RD-180 engine. These could be clustered together, and complemented by a Centaur upper stage, and up to five solid rocket boosters, to achieve a wide range of performance. More...
Associated Manufacturers and Agencies
Martin American manufacturer of rockets, spacecraft, and rocket engines. Martin Marietta Astronautics Group (1956), Denver, CO, USA. More...
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