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Aevum unveils drone smallsat-launch aircraft

spacenews | December 03, 2020

Aevum unveils drone smallsat-launch aircraft
Little dispatch startup Aevum on Dec. 3 uncovered its Ravn X vehicle, a reusable robot airplane and rocket blend intended to dispatch little payloads to circle.

Ravn X has been a long time being developed. Aevum, situated in Huntsville, Alabama, is situating Ravn X to contend in the undeniably packed little dispatch market, promising quick reaction administration empowered by a self-ruling airplane that can take off from any mile-long runway.

The 55,000-pound unpiloted airplane is 80 feet in length with a 60-foot wingspan. While in flight it will deliver a two-stage rocket that can dispatch 100 kilograms to 500 kilograms of payload to low circles. Skylus said Ravn X will be prepared for activities inside the following year and a half after it clears administrative obstacles.

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