A revision of the Stig A spacecraft intended for higher-altitude flights, the Stig B features a long nosecone and elongated fuel tanks to allow for reduced drag and improved flight characteristics. With the first flight having been scheduled for Summer 2012, the Stig B promises to help maintain Armadillo as the name to beat in suborbital flight.
34 ft. (10.3 m)
20 in. (0.5 m)
Unmanned, designed for light to medium payloads
110 lbs. (50 kg)
Configured for parachute-based recovery