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Daytona [Phantom Space]

Daytona is a small-lift two stage rocket, which is being developed by Phantom Space.

Daytona is fueled by liquid oxygen (LOX) and rocket propellant (RP-1). The first stage utilizes nine Hadley engines to power the first part of the journey into space. The second stage uses a single vacuum-optimized Hadley engine, and contains the avionics. The Hadley engine, developed by Ursa Major, is a pump-fed, ultra-high-efficiency, 3D-printed rocket engine.

Daytona is optimizied for mass production.

Version Stage 1 Stage 2
Daytona Stage 1 / 9 × Hadley Stage 2 / Hadley-Vaccum
Performance (kg) LEO LPEO SSO GTO GEO MolO IP
Daytona 450 - - - -
No.  TypNo Type                   Date            LS             Payload 



 1    1    Daytona                xx.xx.2024      ?              ?
 x    x    Daytona                xx.xx.2024      ?              AEPEX / CANVAS
 x    x    Daytona                xx.xx.202x      ?              (ELaNA)
 x    x    Daytona                xx.xx.202x      ?              (ELaNA)
 x    x    Daytona                xx.xx.202x      ?              (ELaNA)

Launch sites:

CC  = Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Eastern Test Range, Cape Canaveral, Florida, USA USA/ SLC-13
WI  = Mid-Atlantic Regional Spaceport (MARS), Wallops Island, Virginia, USA USA


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