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The Green Arrow
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Green Arrow
Green Arrow
British manned spacecraft. Study 2004. X-Prize suborbital ballistic spacecraft concept of Flight Exploration of London, England.

Status: Study 2004. Gross mass: 20,000 kg (44,000 lb). Unfuelled mass: 6,000 kg (13,200 lb).

The Green Arrow was a design of Flight Exploration of London, England, designed by a team led by Dr Graham Dorrington. The vehicle was based on the hydrogen peroxide rocket engine technology successfully developed in the UK during the 1950's and 1960's, then abandoned by the government. Green Arrow used conventional rocket powered vertical takeoff and parachute landing. The prototype vehicle was to have an all up mass of 20,000 kg at takeoff and a lightweight composite structure permitting a mass ratio of 0.3.



Family: Manned spacecraft, Suborbital. Country: UK. Agency: Flight Exploration.

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