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Cochrane's CX-01 Direct To Orbit Vehicle is a horizontal takeoff and landing platform that can transport crew & cargo to low Earth orbit and beyond. As well as provide laboratory and orbital manufacturing facilities for commercial and research purposes.


Our vehicles support the construction of orbital structures such as space stations, power arrays, telescopes, etc.


Key features include:

  • Point-to-point terrestrial transport & deployment.

  • Life support for crewed missions to the Moon and Mars.

  • Custom internal orbital laboratories.

  • Bespoke internal orbital manufacturing facilities.

  • Space station modules.

Advanced Heatshield

Carbon Composite shielding for

atmospheric reentry

Composite Skin

Active cooking & fuel pre-heating

RCS Thrusters

Reaction Control Thrusters

Solar Array 

Supplemental power generation

Aerospike Engines

ParaMag TM powered Aerospike Engines

Scram Jet Intakes

Methane Enabled Air Breathing Rocket Engine

Docking Hatches

Rendezvous with Space stations,Starships & other orbital platforms Rendezvous

Vertical Stabilizers

Improved flight stability & Mechanics



Crewed Vehicles 

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Length 73 Meters (239 Feet 6 Inches)

Height 24.1 Meters (79 Feet)

Terran 1 / CX-01

Length 73 Meters (239 Feet 6 Inches)

Height 19.2 Meters (63 Feet)

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Lunar 1 / CX-02

Length 51 Meters (167 Feet 32 Inches)

Height 13.4 Meters (43 Feet)

Top View

  • Composite Skin/Shell for Active cooling during high hypersonic flight

  • Solar Array for Supplemental electrical power generation

Side View

  • Vertical stabilizers

  • Upper Scramjet Inlets

  • Winglets

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Bottom View

  • Enhanced heat shielding and active cooling during atmospheric re-entry.

  • Lower Scramjet Inlets

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Rear View

  • Air-breathing scramjet engines

  • Aerospike engines

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