UTS was formed in 2007 and is dedicated to bringing spaceflight to the common man.
This means bringing costs down to the level of a home purchase, or starting a small business. On October 12, 2008, Richard Garriott (not affiliated with UTS) launched to the International Space Station as a self-funded private astronaut. While there, he was paid millions of dollars by private companies for experiments performed. There is money to be made in space, and we will open the door!
Our team comes from various backgrounds and education - business, engineering, military, marketing, finance, technology, and media. Working together we have developed a revolutionary vehicle and business concept.
If you are an accredited investor interested in participating in one of the most exciting investment opportunities available, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to be included in the next funding round.
Making human spaceflight affordable by creating ultralight space barnstormers.
We are dedicated to bringing spaceflight to the common man. This means bringing costs down to the level of a home purchase, or starting a small business. There is money to be made in space, and we will open the door!
The FBR is a near-SSTO that can lift 10 kg to a 400 km orbit.
Similar to the Atlas rocket, it is pressure stabilized to achieve an incredible propellant mass ratio.
It is powered by a unique solid rocket motor that keeps the propellant outside the combustion chamber until use, greatly increasing system safety compared to both other solid and liquid rocekts.
Capabilities And Specifications (Not Final)
LEO 200 km payload:
LEO 400 km payload:
Isp, Sea Level:
Typical Burn Time:
In Flight Restartable:
The FBX is our follow-on vehicle to the FBR - it will be manned, and reuseable!