HEAVEN

SENDING HUMANS AND CARGO INTO SPACE

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MEET HEAVEN-LEIGH ONE

Heaven is a zero-emission spacecraft capable of carrying up to 8 passengers to and from Earth orbit, and beyond. Its primary mission is to send humans and cargo into outer space, while maintaining the operational capability of returning cargo and humans back to Earth.

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HEAVEN

Our reusable launch vehicle was designed to take sensitive payloads and soon biologicals like you – into space.

REUSABLE CAPSULE

The Heaven capsule, also known as the pressurized section, allows for the transport of environmentally sensitive cargo, and will eventually transport humans, into space. Heaven is a zero-emissions craft equipped with Goliath thrusters that allow it to maneuver while on orbit, and 8 SuperDracos coupled together as a Launch Escape System.

HEAVEN THE FUTURE OF HUMANITY IN SPACE

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Experience true spaceflight firsthand when you fly to space on board Heaven-Leigh. At the apex of flight, the capsule will float above the thin limb of the atmosphere and gaze upon the Earth below.

110,000 lbf

The BE-3PM liquid rocket engine has 110,000 lbf (489 kN) of thrust, powering the Heaven payload to space.

5 people

For operational flights, fewer than 5 people are needed in the control room for each launch.

525 cubic feet

Heaven Leigh's capsule interior is an ample 525 cubic feet (15 cubic meters) — offering more room than many astronauts have on their spaceflights.

OPERATIONAL EFFICIENCY

Capable of vertical takeoff and landing (VTOL) and powered by proprietary AI technology, the Heaven Spacecraft will perform crewed flights to near space – and then autonomously, and safely return to Earth using a custom guidance system and steerable parachute.

Safe Comfortable Efficient American

In 2021, Deimos-One will launch a new space capsule into outer space, powering our ability to fly reusable payloads and humans into space using American made vehicles. Eventually, our reusable suborbital rocket system will take astronauts and research payloads past the Kármán line into Earth orbit and beyond, offering every human on our planet the experience of a lifetime.