REGULUS

ORBITAL

Regulus Orbital is Leo Aerospace's premier high-altitude orbital launch platform.  A fully and rapidly reusable craft, Regulus requires minimal refurbishment over lifetime operations.  Autonomous flight control provides optimized flight capabilities in a range of weather and mission envelopes. Additionally, its on-board, autonomous, command and control infrastructure continuously assesses system health.  Regulus is equipped with a rotational control system, comprised of a series of bipropellant thrusters.  This system is capable of controlling the entire platform’s yaw and roll profiles.  Regulus Orbital is designed for a typical mission of placing 25 kg to 550 km sun-synchronous orbit but can service a range of missions with payload capacity up to 57 kg with no fixed ground infrastructure.

INSULATED COMPOSITE BODY

LIGHTWEIGHT SHELL WITH OPTIMIZED

AERODYNAMICS FOR A RANGE OF ALTITUDES

ROTATIONAL CONTROL THRUSTERS

4 BIPROPELLANT, SECONDARY COMBUSTION AUGMENTED THRUSTERS

PROVIDE FULL CONTROL OF YAW AND ROLL PROFILES

BURNERS

HIGH AND LOW ALTITUDE BURNERS

IN STAGGERED CONFIGURATION FOR REDUNDANCY

HIGH STRENGTH ACTUATOR

SPACE GRADE ALUMINUM

AEROSTAT MOUNTS

6 MOUNTS CONFIGURABLE FOR VARIOUS LIFT PLATFORMS

PROPRIETARY RAIL LAUNCHER

ENABLES SMOOTH TRANSITION FROM

CAPTIVE CARRY TO ORBITAL FLIGHT

10.0 m
0.838 m
 
 

FULLY MOBILE SOLUTION

ENTIRE ORBITAL LAUNCH SYSTEM FITS WITHIN 40 FOOT ISO CONTAINER

Containers can be placed on semi-trucks, ships at sea or air-deployed.  Uniflated aerostat and inflation infrastructure also contained within this single unit.  Structure designed for sustained storage or global pre-positioning.  Trailer cab serves as initial communications station for launch.

REGULUS

MULTI-MISSION

Regulus Multi-Mission is Leo Aerospace's premier high-altitude suborbital launch, loiter, and testing platform.  A fully and rapidly reusable craft, Regulus requires minimal refurbishment over lifetime operations.  Autonomous flight control provides optimized flight capabilities in a range of weather and mission envelopes.  Its on-board, autonomous, command and control infrastructure continuously assess system health.  Regulus is equipped with a rotational control system, comprised of a series of bipropellant thrusters.  This system is capable of controlling the entire platform’s yaw and roll profiles.  Mission profiles include suborbital launch, remote delivery, high-altitude loiter, experimental testing, surveillance, and emergency extract, among others. 

FORWARD PLATFORM DOOR

FULLY SEALS TO MAINTAIN OPERATING ENVIRONMENT

HOUSES CAMERA FOR REMOTE REAL-TIME VIDEO

DROPDOWN BAY DOOR

SUBORBITAL ROCKET ILLUSTRATED

PREPARED FOR LAUNCH

LAUNCH RAIL

HEAT RESISTANT STRUCTURE

LOW FRICTION INTERFACE