Diameter: 1.2 or 1.5 m
Diameter: 1.5 m
Diameter: 2 m
Gilmour Space's innovative Eris orbital launch vehicles will deliver up to 305 kg to LEO with a first commercial launch expected in 2023/2024.
BLOCK 1 (2023)
Payload Mass: up to 215 kg (305 kg)
Orbits: 500 km SSO (500 km Equatorial Orbits)
No. of stages: 3
Payload Fairing: 1.5 m diameter with best in-class volume for relevant sized satellites.
Avionics: Precise controls using ERIS avionics and software algorithms/systems developed from spaceflight-proven technologies.
Propulsion: Gilmour's new and proprietary hybrid rocket engine (test-fired to 110 kN thrust).
"Our Gilmour Space Eris launchers are designed for production, ease of operation, and to provide customers with reliable and cost-effective access to space."
Adam Gilmour, CEO
Gilmour Space Technologies
First Stage Ignition
Second Stage Ignition
Second Stage Burnout
Third Stage Ignition
Bowen Orbital Spaceport, Australia
Located at the Abbot Point State Development Area in Queensland, Australia.
20- to 65-degree, low to mid inclination equatorial orbits.
Preparing for a first orbital launch in 2023.
OUR CUSTOMERS & PARTNERS
"We are delighted to be supporting Gilmour’s first commercial flight and being part of this important milestone in the development of Australia's space industry."
Rajat Kulshrestha, Co-founder and CEO of Space Machines Company (2020)