Small Satellite Launch to Low Earth Orbit
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Reliability, availability and cost effectiveness.

We are making the small sat Launch Vehicle of the future. State of the art technology mixed with the right amount of creativity and smart choices make the best possible design to meet the expectations of the growing market of Launch Vehicles.


There is no better time than the present


Current unavailability for launching small satellites (under 500kg), high costs and increasing demand are creating a great opportunity to take a step into this market.


In the present time and for many years now a big problem achieving orbit is that there are not enough launch vehicles.


It is estimated that the amount of smallsats to be launched in the next decade will triple the current.


Pre project: completed
Tech Demonstrator
  • 18KN liquid fuel rocket engine
  • Test stand with telemetry and remote control
  • Several engine burns with different injector geometries
  • Hypergolic propellant R&D
First Stage
Sub-Orbital vehicle development
Second Stage
Orbital vehicle development


  • Sub orbital flight services.
  • Up to 4 minutes of micro gravity for R&D.
  • 30kg payload.

30kg payload. Up to 4 minutes of micro gravity

Helium pressure fed rocket engine

Non cryogenic liquid bipropellant propulsion system

85 second full thrust burn


  • Orbital flight services.
  • Low Earth Orbit.
  • 150kg payload.

150kg payload

Helium composite gas tank

Propellants tanks. Non cryogenic

Single pressure fed rocket engine

9x turbopump engines


Technological advantage

The oxidizer chosen is Hydrogen Peroxide instead of liquid Oxygen.

The reason is the huge simplification of the production, handling and storage.

For small and medium launch vehicles is more convenient because it is a liquid at ambient temperature and pressure and as it is not corrosive it reduces the cost of hardware.

Another main advantage is the possibility of coverting Hydrogen Peroxide into a Hypergolic propellant, simplifying the design, operation and firing of the rocket engine.

Strategic advantage

The location of the coast of Argentina is adequate for both east and south launches, giving the chance of many different orbit angles.


Eng. Dan Etenberg


+15 years of experience in solid fuel propulsion systems, turbojets and data acquisition systems.
Was project leader in several R&D projects at ITBA. Participated in the design and development of a micro thruster for station keeping at ITBA. Developed an advanced computation algorithm in JM Pedroni SA for supersonic ejector design.


Ing. José María Pedroni

Vacuum Technology, Chemical Engineering, Thermodinamics Andfluid Mechanics

Dr. Ing. Elvio Heidenreich

Data Aquisition, Sensors Systmes, Fea, Harmonic Vibration Analisys

Ing. Adrián Sinclair

Telemetry, Communications and Antennas


Telemetry, Communications, Avionics and Antennas.
Fea, Cfd, Imu, Gps

Paula Espana

Oxford Foundry (University of Oxford) ESG Expert Venture Partner Baxon Solutions founder

Jorge Hansen

ESG Resident Expert at Oxford Foundry

MSc Lisandro Martínez

Aeronautics and Space Engineering Business development and Innovation

Roberto A. Bunge, Ph.D.

1st degree connection Flight Controls Consultant

Federico Kirschbaum

Mentor Funder Ekoparty Faraday

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