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XLDron "M Gravity"

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  • XLDron "M" Gravity, Space Tourism
  • A few years ago to talk about -Space Tourism- was part of Science Fiction.
    The possibility to "reach" the border between Earth and Space for
    merely "Adventurers" who are looking for new sensations, people who are not
    strictly professionals Astronauts;  is now, because they have a feasible possibility
    to do it, thanks to private Space Projects.
    The new technologies and development of new materials -for example-, 
    make this possible with greater efficiency and reducing expenses.
    XLDron "M" Gravity
    This is a concept of future's Space Tourism Aircrafts, thought and designed
    so that, in a not too distant future, potentials "Space Tourists" will see 
    their dream fulfilled: to "reach" the "outer space" in an awesome trip.
    The XLDron "M" Gravity, would consist of two independent vehicles; an
    unmanned aircraft named XLDron (like a "Shuttle"), that carries a rocket-plane
    docked, named "M" Gravity (The "M" Gravity could carry 4 crewmembers
    and 10 Space Tourists).
    The XLDron unmanned aircraft, would be like a "Sky Surfboard",
    equipped with three Next-Gen of Turbojet or Superjet engines with Adaptive
    Versatile Engine Technology, that aims to combine the best traits
    of turbojet and tubofan engines, delivering supersonic speed capability and
    fuel efficiency in one unit ( GE's ADVENT engines).A structure 
    of resistant composite materials of ultra-low density, capable of carrying up with the
    "M" Gravity or "Space Surfer" vehicle, at an altitude of 65,000ft.
    and reaching a speed of Mach 1,2; in this phase the two
    vehicles are detached, the "M" Gravity ignites its rocket's engine
    until reaches an altitude of 100km.(Micro-G environment), remaining a 
    few minutes experimenting Zero-G sensations, and then...
    returning to base in a glider flight.
  • Maybe, could be a great alliance...