Ares V Earth Departure Stage    A concept image shows the Ares V Earth departure stage and lunar surface access module docked with the Orion crew exploration vehicle in Earth orbit. The departure stage, powered by a J-2X engine, is needed to escape Earth's gravity and send the crew vehicle and lunar module on their journey to the moon.

Ares V Earth Departure Stage A concept image shows the Ares V Earth departure stage and lunar surface access module docked with the Orion crew exploration vehicle in Earth orbit. The departure stage, powered by a J-2X engine, is needed to escape Earth's gravity and send the crew vehicle and lunar module on their journey to the moon.

British Aerospace’s Multi-Role Capsule - a competitor to the ESA’s Hermes spaceplane

British Aerospace’s Multi-Role Capsule - a competitor to the ESA’s Hermes spaceplane

A manned Earth Orbit Shuttle Booster releases a Chemical Propulsion Stage with attached manned Mars spacecraft module. Image: NASA.

A manned Earth Orbit Shuttle Booster releases a Chemical Propulsion Stage with attached manned Mars spacecraft module. Image: NASA.

Captura de pantalla 2014-12-06 a las 21.25.58

Captura de pantalla 2014-12-06 a las 21.25.58

NASA confirms EUS for SLS Block IB design and EM-2 flight | NASASpaceFlight.com

NASA confirms EUS for SLS Block IB design and EM-2 flight | NASASpaceFlight.com

Project Argosy Dress Rehersal by Drell-7.deviantart.com on @DeviantArt

Project Argosy Dress Rehersal by Drell-7.deviantart.com on @DeviantArt

Argosy:T minus 20 Hours by Drell-7.deviantart.com on @deviantART

Argosy:T minus 20 Hours by Drell-7.deviantart.com on @deviantART

Asteroid Fly-By by Drell-7.deviantart.com on @deviantART

Asteroid Fly-By by Drell-7.deviantart.com on @deviantART

Troy MissionCredit: Adrian MannThe proposed Troy mission is envisaged to be performed in two parts: an unmanned, precursor mission, and the later manned mission. Using SKYLON, the elements for the Troy ships are delivered to an Orbital Base Station, where the components are assembled

Troy MissionCredit: Adrian MannThe proposed Troy mission is envisaged to be performed in two parts: an unmanned, precursor mission, and the later manned mission. Using SKYLON, the elements for the Troy ships are delivered to an Orbital Base Station, where the components are assembled

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