Lynx

Designed with space tourism in mind, the Lynx spacecraft, operated by XCOR, is intended to ferry a pilot, one passenger, and a small allotment of cargo or satellites into the suborbital region of space and return to Earth. Using the traditional horizontal takeoff and landing of a conventional aircraft, the Lynx will soar to an altitude of at least 62.5 miles (100 km) to provide the passenger with an unparalleled view of the sky and stars.

Specifications

Length
NA

Wingspan
NA

Mass
NA

Stages
One

Occupancy
Manned, primarily intended for suborbital passenger travel

Capacity

Recovery
Manned horizontal landing

Mission

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