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The Graal Modular Launch System is an international collaboration between AXENGA and JastroOne1. The medium-lift craft is built around the most recent advances in automation and design, making for easier launches to distant locations with both manned and unmanned payloads. Features include a truly modular design catering for all requirements, sophisticated launch safety features and automatic launch and landing capability.
Graal CARGO, the first version of the system, provides an efficient and versatile way to launch unmanned interplanetary missions. The craft is fitted with the medium-weight demonstrator probe, BLGH-Ion, which boasts an almost inexhaustible fuel supply and good thrust to weight ratio from its four ion engines.
This craft is also capable of carrying an NTR-propelled service module into orbit instead of the default service module, to greatly enhance mission range. State-of-the-art shielding prevents damage to the delicate engine reactor core during ascent.
All parts are named and it has a greatly reduced attachment node count so you can easily design your own modules and place them on top of the launcher, on top of the nuclear module or inside the fairing. You can upload your own modules using Graal but crediting both pedro16797 and JastroOne1 in the description.
Watch for the human-rated version of the Graal system, bringing further launch options and flexibility -- to be released soon!
- Predecessor: GRAAL Modular Rocket prerelease 2.2
- Created On: Windows
- Game Version: 0.7.0.5
- Price: $48,714k
- Number of Parts: 701
- Dimensions: 62m x 93m x 70m
- Total Delta V: 111m/s
- Total Thrust: 4.8MN
- Engines: 18
- Wet Mass: 5,003,546kg
- Dry Mass: 3,310,142kg