Lindbergh class

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Lindbergh class (SFC)

The Lindbergh class space ferry was launched in 2003, filling the role of the old Space Shuttle as the primary surface-to-orbit spacecraft. Early versions of the Lindbergh class were equipped with booster rockets, much like the Shuttle, but advances in early 21st century technology eventually eliminated the need them; the class was also equipped with eight cargo ports per side, for ready cargo access. The Lindbergh class played a vital role in the completion of the Orbital Power Satellite network, which guaranteed energy independence for Earth, as well as in the construction of orbiting satellite cities.[1]


Length 61m
Beam 51m
Mass 2.5 million kg
Payload Bay 10,000
Maximum Payload 1,000,000kg
Crew 6
Passengers 125


Velocity 11,000m/second (Earth escape)
Range Orbital to circumlunar
Landing/Takeoff Horizontal Takeoff and Landing (HTOL)
Engines Chemical Boost Single Stage to Orbit (SSTO)
Engine Configuration Aerospike Plug nozzle with 24 coordinated small engines for greater efficiency and reliability