J-20 "Juno" Basic Jet Engine

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J-20 "Juno" Basic Jet Engine
Part image
Jet engine by
C7 Aerospace Division

Radial size Tiny
Cost (total) 450.00 Funds
Mass (total) 0.25 t
Drag 0.2
Max. Temp. 2000 K
Volume  ?
Impact Tolerance 7 m/s
Research Aviation.png Aviation
Unlock cost 2 000 Funds
Since version 1.0.5
Part configuration SmallJetEngine.cfg
Jet engine
Maximum thrust 20 kN
Isp (max) 6400 s
Fuel consumption 0.06 Units of fuel/s
Intake air consumption 1.40 Air unit/s
Thrust vectoring No
Testing Environments
On the surface Yes
In the ocean Yes
On the launchpad Yes
In the atmosphere Yes
Sub orbital No
In an orbit No
On an escape No
Docked No
Test by staging Yes
Manually testable Yes
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The J-20 "Juno" Basic Jet Engine is a simple air-breathing engine without many of the defining traits of the other jet engines. Its tiny (Mk0) size makes it useful for fuselage-mounted engines when used with the Mk0 Liquid Fuel Fuselage and the Small Circular Intake. Note that there are no aerodynamically-shaped command pods which share the same Mk0 size as the J-20, however many Probodobodyne Inc. cores have the same general diameter.

Visualization of the thrust multiplier curve for velocity
Visualization of the thrust multiplier curve for atmospheric pressure

Product description

A small turbojet. Not very efficient, anemic thrust, but hey--it's cheap! And it's so cute...look at the little thing!


  • Initial release