# Difference between revisions of "Parts"

A three-stage rocket featuring each of the default parts as of 0.8.5

This page lists the rocket parts that are included with the latest paid version of Kerbal Space Program, currently 0.17.1. These parts are also called vanilla parts, default parts, and stock parts.

For a list of all the parts available in the demo version of Kerbal Space Program, look at the demo parts page.

The game separates parts into seven categories for use within the Space Plane Hanger and the Vehicle Assembly Building, though two of these categories are currently unused. The five that can be selected from are Command Pods, Propulsion, Command & Control, Structural & Aerodynamic, and Utility & Scientific.

# Units of measure

• While units of mass and thrust are not specifically labeled in-game, a bit of logic can quickly determine that thrust is measured in kilonewtons (kN) and mass in metric tons (t). For example, if measured in kilograms(kg), a "9 kg" Rockomax X200-16 Fuel Tank on Kerbin, having a surface gravity of 9.81 m/s2, would be roughly the size of a 48 oz coffee tin and only hold about 1.5 L of fuel. If measured in metric tons, a 9 t Rockomax X200-16 Fuel Tank under the same gravity would be about 0.67 m tall and 2 m in diameter, easily capable of holding the advertised 1600 L of fuel. Only a rocket engine with a thrust around 100 kN could have any chance to lift a 9 t fuel tank.
• Thrust to weight ratio at sea level on Kerbin is calculated by the following equation, which applies only to liquid or solid fuel rocket engines, jet engines use a complicated formula on a vehicle to vehicle basis.
${\displaystyle {\frac {T}{W}}={\frac {T\ \mathrm {kN} }{(m\ \mathrm {t} )(g_{\rm {0}})}}}$

where:

${\displaystyle T}$ is the thrust is the thrust obtained from the engine, in kilonewtons.
${\displaystyle W}$ is the weight of the engine at sea level on Kerbin's surface.
${\displaystyle m}$ is the mass of the engine in metric tons (t).
${\displaystyle g_{\rm {0}}}$ is the acceleration at sea level on Kerbin's surface, in m/s² (≈9.807 m/s²).
• Specific impulse at sea level on Kerbin is is calculated by the following equation. To reduce confusion, specific impulse is given in both velocity and time units. Please see the discussion page for further reading on ways of expressing specific impulse.
${\displaystyle \mathrm {I_{\rm {sp}}} =1000\cdot {\frac {T\ \mathrm {kN} }{({\dot {m}})(g_{\rm {0}})}}}$

where:

${\displaystyle I_{\rm {sp}}}$ is the specific impulse measured in seconds.
${\displaystyle T}$ is the thrust obtained from the engine, in kilonewtons.
${\displaystyle {\dot {m}}}$ is the mass flow rate in kg/s, which is negative the time-rate of change of the vehicle's mass since propellant is being expelled. ${\displaystyle {\dot {m}}={\frac {\mathrm {TotalMassTons} -\mathrm {DryMassTons} \cdot 1000}{BurnTime}}=\mathrm {kg/s} }$
${\displaystyle g_{\rm {0}}}$ is the acceleration at sea level on Kerbin's surface, in m/s² (≈9.807 m/s²).

# Command Pods

()
Mass
(t)
Max. Temp.
(K)
Tolerance
(m/s)
Tolerance
(g)
Torque
(kN · m)
S.A.S.
level
Required Crew/
Power
Capacity
(⚡)
Mk1 Cockpit Small 1 250
(1 241)
1.28
(1.25)
2 000
(1 100)
40 50 10 50 ⚡
7.5 MP
Mk1 Inline Cockpit Small 1 600
(1 591)
1.03
(1.00)
2 000
(1 100)
40 50 10 50 ⚡
7.5 MP
Mk2 Cockpit Mk2 3 500
(3 482)
2.06
(2.00)
2 500
(1 400)
45 50 15  +  150 ⚡
15 MP
Mk2 Inline Cockpit Mk2 3 500
(3 470)
2.10
(2.00)
2 500
(1 400)
45 50 15  +  150 ⚡
25 MP
Mk3 Cockpit Mk3, Small 10 000
(9 880)
3.90
(3.50)
2 700
(1 500)
50 50 40/40/20[Note 1]  +  500 ⚡
100 MP
Mk1 Command Pod Small, Tiny 600
(588)
0.84
(0.80)
2 200
(1 200)
14 50 5 50 ⚡
10 MP
Mk1-3 Command Pod Large, Small 3 800
(3 764)
2.72
(2.60)
2 400
(1 400)
45 50 15  +  150 ⚡
30 MP
Mk1 Lander Can Small 1 500
(1 482)
0.66
(0.60)
2 000
(1 000)
8 50 3 50 ⚡
15 MP
Mk2 Lander Can Large 3 250
(3 202)
1.515
(1.355)
2 000
(1 200)
8 50 15  +  100 ⚡
40 MP
PPD-12 Cupola Module Large, Small 3 200
(3 188)
1.80
(1.76)
2 000
(1 000)
8 50 9 200 ⚡
10 MP
EAS-1 External Command Seat Radial mounted 200 0.05 1 200 6 50
Probodobodyne RoveMate Small 800 0.15 1 200 12 50 0 2.4 ⚡/min
(144 ⚡/h)
120 ⚡
Probodobodyne QBE Tiny 360 0.07 1 200 15 50 0 1.5 ⚡/min
(90 ⚡/h)
5 ⚡
Probodobodyne HECS Tiny 650 0.1 1 200 12 50 0.5 1 1.5 ⚡/min
(90 ⚡/h)
10 ⚡
Probodobodyne OKTO Tiny 450 0.1 1 200 12 50 0.3 0 1.2 ⚡/min
(72 ⚡/h)
10 ⚡
Probodobodyne OKTO2 Tiny 1 480 0.04 1 200 12 50 2 1.8 ⚡/min
(108 ⚡/h)
5 ⚡
Probodobodyne Stayputnik Tiny 300 0.05 1 800 12 50 1.67 ⚡/min
(100 ⚡/h)
10 ⚡
Probodobodyne HECS2 Small 7 500 0.2 2 000 8 50 10 3 3.0 ⚡/min
(180 ⚡/h)
1 000 ⚡
RC-001S Remote Guidance Unit Small 2 250 0.1 2 000 9 50 0.5 3 3.0 ⚡/min
(180 ⚡/h)
15 ⚡
RC-L01 Remote Guidance Unit Large 3 400 0.5 2 000 9 50 1.5 3 4.8 ⚡/min
(288 ⚡/h)
30 ⚡
MK2 Drone Core Mk2 2 700 0.2 2 500 20 50 15/3/3[Note 1] 3 3.0 ⚡/min
(180 ⚡/h)
250 ⚡
1. Torque differs between axes. These numbers are for pitch/yaw/roll respectively.

# Propulsion

#### Liquid Fuel Engines

Thrust
(kN)
T/W
ratio
Max. Fuel
Consumption
(/s)
Isp (s) TVC
()
Mass
(t)
Max. Temp.
(K)
Tolerance
(m/s)
Tolerance
(g)
atm vac atm vac atm vac Gimbal
(°)
LV-1R "Spider" Liquid Fuel Engine Radial mounted 120 0.02 2 000 7 50 1.79 2.0 9.14 10.20 0.141 260 290 10.0
24-77 "Twitch" Liquid Fuel Engine Radial mounted 230 0.08 2 000 7 50 15.17 16.0 19.34 20.39 1.125 275 290 8.0
Mk-55 "Thud" Liquid Fuel Engine Radial mounted 820 0.90 2 000 7 50 108.20 120.0 12.26 13.60 8.024 275 305 8.0
O-10 "Puff" MonoPropellant Fuel Engine[Note 1] Radial mounted 150 0.09 2 000 7 50 9.60 20.0 10.88 22.66 2.039 120 250 6.0
LV-1 "Ant" Liquid Fuel Engine Tiny, Radial mounted 110 0.02 2 000 7 50 0.51 2.0 2.59 10.20 0.129 80 315
48-7S "Spark" Liquid Fuel Engine Tiny 240 0.13 2 000 7 50 16.56 20.0 12.99 15.69 1.275 265 320 3.0
LV-909 "Terrier" Liquid Fuel Engine Small 390 0.50 2 000 7 50 14.78 60.0 3.01 12.24 3.547 85 345 4.0
LV-T30 "Reliant" Liquid Fuel Engine Small 1 100 1.25 2 000 7 50 205.16 240.0 16.74 19.58 15.789 265 310
LV-T45 "Swivel" Liquid Fuel Engine Small 1 200 1.50 2 000 7 50 167.97 215.0 11.42 14.62 13.703 250 320 3.0
S3 KS-25 "Vector" Liquid Fuel Engine Small, Radial mounted 18 000 4.00 2 000 22 50 936.51 1 000.0 23.87 25.49 64.745 295 315 10.5
T-1 Toroidal Aerospike "Dart" Liquid Fuel Engine Small, Radial mounted 3 850 1.00 2 000 20 50 153.53 180.0 15.66 18.35 10.797 290 340
LV-N "Nerv" Atomic Rocket Motor[Note 2] Small 10 000 3.00 2 500 12 50 13.88 60.0 0.47 2.04 1.530 185 800
RE-L10 "Poodle" Liquid Fuel Engine Large 1 300 1.75 2 000 7 50 64.29 250.0 3.75 14.57 14.568 90 350 4.5
RE-I5 "Skipper" Liquid Fuel Engine Large 5 300 3.00 2 000 8 50 568.75 650.0 19.33 22.09 41.426 280 320 2.0
RE-M3 "Mainsail" Liquid Fuel Engine Large 13 000 6.00 2 000 7 50 1 379.03 1 500.0 23.44 25.49 98.683 285 310 2.0
LFB KR-1x2 "Twin-Boar" Liquid Fuel Engine[Note 3] Large, Radial mounted 17 000
(14 062.4)
42.50
(10.50)
2 000 20 50 1 866.67 2 000.0 4.48
(18.13)
4.80
(19.42)
135.964 280 300 1.5
Kerbodyne KR-2L+ "Rhino" Liquid Fuel Engine Extra large 25 000 9.00 2 000 7 50 1 205.88 2 000.0 13.66 22.66 119.968 205 340 4.0
S3 KS-25x4 "Mammoth" Liquid Fuel Engine Extra large 39 000 15.00 2 000 20 50 3 746.03 4 000.0 25.47 27.19 258.978 295 315 2.0
CR-7 R.A.P.I.E.R. Engine[Note 4] Small 6 000 2.00 2 000 20 50 162.30 180.0 8.27 9.18 12.036 275 305 3.0
1. Consumes monopropellant. (the density of monopropellant is less: 4kg/unit)
2. Consumes liquid fuel only.
3. The LFB KR-1x2 is a liquid fuel booster -- a combination of a "normal" engine and a fuel tank.
4. The R.A.P.I.E.R. Engine is a combination of liquid fuel and jet engine. Only the liquid fuel engine properties are shown.

#### Jet Engines

()
Mass
(t)
Max. Temp.
(K)
Tolerance
(m/s)
Tolerance
(g)
Thrust
(kN)
TWR Fuel
()
Intake
(/s)
Isp (s) TVC
(°)
Reverse
J-20 "Juno" Basic Jet Engine Tiny 450 0.25 2 000 7 50 20.0 Mach 0
20.6 Mach 1.3
8.16 Mach 0
8.40 Mach 1.3
0.064 1.402 6 400 No
J-33 "Wheesley" Turbofan Engine Small 1 400 1.5 2 000 7 50 120.0 Mach 0 8.16 Mach 0 0.233 29.601 10 500 Yes
J-404 "Panther" Afterburning Turbofan Small 2 000 1.2 2 000 7 50 85.00 Mach 0
107.89 Mach 1.75 /
130.00 Mach 0
219.48 Mach 2.5
7.22 Mach 0
9.17 Mach 1.75 /
11.05 Mach 0
18.65 Mach 2.5
0.193 /
0.663
7.705 /
7.954
9 000 /
4 000
10.0 No
J-X4 "Whiplash" Turbo Ramjet Engine Small 2 250 1.8 2 000 7 50 130.00 Mach 0
386.66 Mach 3.0
7.36 Mach 0
21.90 Mach 3.0
0.663 5.303 4 000 1.0 No
J-90 "Goliath" Turbofan Engine Radial mounted 2 600 4.5 2 000 7 50 360.0 Mach 0 8.16 Mach 0 0.583 132.273 12 600 Yes
CR-7 R.A.P.I.E.R. Engine[Note 1] Small 6 000 2.0 2 000 20 50 105.00 Mach 0
465.64 Mach 3.75
5.35 Mach 0
23.74 Mach 3.75
0.669 4.015 3 200 3.0 No
1. The R.A.P.I.E.R. Engine is a combination of liquid fuel and jet engine. Only the jet engine properties are shown.

#### Solid Fuel Boosters

Solid Fuel Density is 7.5 kg/unit Mass
(t)
Fuel
()
Thrust
(kN)
TWR Isp (s) Burn
(s)
Full Empty
()
Full Empty Max. Temp.
(K)
Tolerance
(m/s)
Tolerance
(g)
atm vac atm vac atm vac atm vac
RT-5 "Flea" Solid Fuel Booster Small, Radial mounted 200
(116)
1.50 0.45 2 000 7 50 140 162.91 192.0 11.07 13.05 36.92 43.51 140 165 8.8
RT-10 "Hammer" Solid Fuel Booster Small, Radial mounted 400
(175)
3.56 0.75 2 000 7 50 375 197.90 227.0 5.66 6.50 26.91 30.86 170 195 23.7
BACC "Thumper" Solid Fuel Booster Small, Radial mounted 850
(358)
7.65 1.50 2 200 7 50 820 250.00 300.0 3.33 4.00 17.00 20.39 175 210 42.2
S1 SRB-KD25k "Kickback" Solid Fuel Booster Small, Radial mounted 2 700
(1 140)
24.00 4.50 2 200 7 50 2 600 593.86 670.0 2.52 2.85 13.46 15.18 195 220 62.8
(70.2)
0.1 0.0 2 000 7 50 8 13.79 18.0 19.40 25.32 112.51 146.84 118 154 5.0
FM1 "Mite" Solid Fuel Booster Tiny, Radial mounted 75
(51.0)
0.375 0.075 2 200 7 50 40 11.012 12.5 2.93 3.33 14.68 16.66 185 210 49.44
F3S0 "Shrimp" Solid Fuel Booster Tiny, Radial mounted 150
(96.0)
0.875 0.155 2 200 7 50 90 26.512 30.0 3.22 3.65 17.1 19.35 190 215 47.44
S2-17 "Thoroughbred" Solid Fuel Booster Large, Radial mounted 9 000
(4 200.0)
70.00 10.00 2 200 10 50 8 000 1 515.217 1 700.0 2.16 2.43 15.15 17.0 205 230 79.6
S2-33 "Clydesdale" Solid Fuel Booster Large, Radial mounted 18 500
(8 660.0)
144.00 21.00 2 200 10 50 16 400 2 948.936 3 300.0 2.05 2.29 14.04 15.71 210 235 85.9

#### Liquid Fuel Tanks

Liquid fuel and oxidizer density are both 5 kg/unit Mass
(t)
Liquid
Fuel

()
Oxidizer
()
()
Full Empty Max. Temp.
(K)
Tolerance
(m/s)
Tolerance
(g)
R-4 'Dumpling' External Tank X 50
(39.90)
0.1238 0.0138 2 000 5 50 9.9 12.1
R-11 'Baguette' External Tank X 50
(25.21)
0.3038 0.0338 2 000 5 50 24.3 29.7
R-12 'Doughnut' External Tank Small 147
(119.46)
0.3375 0.0375 2 000 6 50 27 33
Oscar-B Fuel Tank Tiny 70
(51.64)
0.225 0.025 2 000 6 50 18 22
FL-T100 Fuel Tank Small 150
(104.1)
0.5625 0.0625 2 000 6 50 45 55
FL-T200 Fuel Tank Small 275
(183.2)
1.125 0.125 2 000 6 50 90 110
FL-T400 Fuel Tank Small 500
(316.4)
2.25 0.25 2 000 6 50 180 220
FL-T800 Fuel Tank Small 800
(432.8)
4.5 0.5 2 000 6 50 360 440
Rockomax X200-8 Fuel Tank Large 800
(432.8)
4.5 0.5 2 000 6 50 360 440
Rockomax X200-16 Fuel Tank Large 1 550
(815.6)
9 1 2 000 6 50 720 880
Rockomax X200-32 Fuel Tank Large 3 000
(1 531.2)
18 2 2 000 6 50 1 440 1 760
Rockomax Jumbo-64 Fuel Tank Large 5 750
(2 812.4)
36 4 2 000 6 50 2 880 3 520
Kerbodyne S3-3600 Tank Extra large 3 250
(1 597.6)
20.25 2.25 2 000 6 50 1 620 1 980
Kerbodyne S3-7200 Tank Extra large 6 500
(3 195.2)
40.5 4.5 2 000 6 50 3 240 3 960
Kerbodyne S3-14400 Tank Extra large 13 000
(6 390.4)
81 9 2 000 6 50 6 480 7 920
Mk2 Rocket Fuel Fuselage Short Mk2 750
(566.4)
2.29 0.29 2 500 50 50 180 220
Mk2 Rocket Fuel Fuselage Mk2 1 450
(1 082.8)
4.57 0.57 2 500 50 50 360 440
Mk3 Rocket Fuel Fuselage Short Mk3 2 500
(1 352.5)
14.29 1.79 2 700 50 50 1 125 1 375
Mk3 Rocket Fuel Fuselage Mk3 5 000
(2 705)
28.57 3.57 2 700 50 50 2 250 2 750
Mk3 Rocket Fuel Fuselage Long Mk3 10 000
(5 410)
57.14 7.14 2 700 50 50 4 500 5 500
C7 Brand Adapter - 2.5m to 1.25m Small, Large 800
(433.0)
4.57 0.57 2 300 20 50 360 440
C7 Brand Adapter Slanted - 2.5m to 1.25m Small, Large 800
(433.0)
4.57 0.57 2 300 20 50 360 440
Mk2 to 1.25m Adapter Small, Mk2 550
(366.4)
2.29 0.29 2 500 50 50 180 220
Mk2 to 1.25m Adapter Long Small, Mk2 1 050
(682.8)
4.57 0.57 2 500 50 50 360 440
Mk2 Bicoupler Small, Mk2 x 2 860
(676.4)
2.29 0.29 2 500 50 50 180 220
2.5m to Mk2 Adapter Large, Mk2 800
(432.8)
4.57 0.57 2 500 50 50 360 440
Mk3 to Mk2 Adapter Mk2, Mk3 2 200
(1 282.0)
11.43 1.43 2 600 50 50 900 1 100
Mk3 to 2.5m Adapter Large, Mk3 2 500
(1 353.0)
14.29 1.79 2 600 50 50 1 125 1 375
Mk3 to 2.5m Adapter Slanted Large, Mk3 2 500
(1 353.0)
14.29 1.79 2 600 50 50 1 125 1 375
Mk3 to 3.75m Adapter Extra large, Mk3 2 500
(1 353.0)
14.29 1.79 2 600 50 50 1 125 1 375
Kerbodyne ADTP-2-3 Large, Extra large 1 623
(246.0)
16.88 1.88 2 000 6 50 1 350 1 650

#### Fuselages (Jet Fuel Tanks)

Jet fuel is identical to the liquid fuel in liquid fuel tanks. Топливо для ВРД идентично жидкому топливу для ЖРД.

Liquid Fuel Density is 5 kg/unit Mass
(t)
Liquid
Fuel

()
()
Full Empty Max. Temp.
(K)
Tolerance
(m/s)
Tolerance
(g)
Engine Nacelle[Note 1] Small 600
(480)
0.925 0.15 2 000 10 50 150
Engine Pre-cooler[Note 1] Small 1 650
(1 618)
0.375 0.15 2 000 10 50 40
Mk1 Diverterless Supersonic Intake[Note 1] Small 720
(560)
1.18 0.17 2 000 10 50 200
Mk0 Liquid Fuel Fuselage Tiny 200
(160)
0.275 0.025 2 000 10 50 50
Mk1 Liquid Fuel Fuselage Small 550
(230)
2.25 0.25 2 000 10 50 400
Mk2 Liquid Fuel Fuselage Short Mk2 750
(430)
2.29 0.29 2 500 50 50 400
Mk2 Liquid Fuel Fuselage Mk2 1 450
(810)
4.57 0.57 2 500 50 50 800
Mk3 Liquid Fuel Fuselage Short Mk3 4 300
(2 300)
14.29 1.79 2 700 50 50 2 500
Mk3 Liquid Fuel Fuselage Mk3 8 600
(4 600)
28.57 3.57 2 700 50 50 5 000
Mk3 Liquid Fuel Fuselage Long Mk3 17 200
(9 200)
57.14 7.14 2 700 50 50 10 000
(256)
0.5 0.1 2 400 10 50 80
FAT-455 Aeroplane Main Wing[Note 2] X 2 800
(2 320)
3.78 0.78 1 200 15 50 600
Big-S Wing Strake[Note 2] X 1 000
(920)
0.6 0.1 2 400 15 50 100
Big-S Delta Wing[Note 2] X 3 000
(2 760)
2.0 0.5 2 400 15 50 300
1. The Engine Nacelle, Engine Pre-cooler, and Mk1 Diverterless Supersonic Intake are a combination of air intake and liquid fuel tank. Only the tank properties are shown. They are located in the "Aerodynamic" category in the game.
2. The FAT-455 Aeroplane Main Wing, Big-S Wing Strake, and Big-S Delta Wing are a combination of lifting surface and liquid fuel tank. Only the tank properties are shown. They are located in the "Aerodynamic" category in the game.

#### RCS Fuel Tanks

RCS Fuel Density is 4 kg/unit Mass
(t)
Monopropellant
()
()
Full Empty Max. Temp.
(K)
Tolerance
(m/s)
Tolerance
(g)
FL-R10 RCS Fuel Tank Tiny 200
(176)
0.10 0.02 2 000 12 50 20
FL-R25 RCS Fuel Tank Small 330
(186)
0.56 0.08 2 000 12 50 120
FL-R1 RCS Fuel Tank Large 1 800
(900)
3.4 0.4 2 000 12 50 750
Mk2 Monopropellant Tank Mk2 750
(270)
1.89 0.29 2 500 50 50 400
Mk3 Monopropellant Tank Mk3 5 040
(2 520)
9.8 1.4 2 700 50 50 2 100
Stratus-V Roundified Monopropellant Tank X 200
(176)
0.10 0.02 2 000 12 50 20
Stratus-V Cylindrified Monopropellant Tank X 250
(190)
0.23 0.03 2 000 12 50 50

#### Xenon

Thrust
(kN)
TWR Isp (s) Max. Consumption
()
Mass
(t)
Max. Temp.
(K)
Tolerance
(m/s)
Tolerance
(g)
atm vac atm vac atm vac Electricity
(⚡/s)
Xenon
(/s)
IX-6315 "Dawn" Electric Propulsion System Tiny 8 000 0.25 2 000 7 50 0.048 2.0 0.019 0.816 100 4 200 8.741 0.486

Xenon density is 0.1 kg/unit Mass
(t)
Xenon
()
()
Full Empty Max. Temp.
(K)
Tolerance
(m/s)
Tolerance
(g)
PB-X50R Xenon Container Radial mounted 2 220
(600)
0.054 0.014 2 000 12 50 405
PB-X150 Xenon Container Tiny 3 680
(800)
0.100 0.024 2 000 6 50 720
PB-X750 Xenon Container Small 24 300
(1 500)
0.76 0.19 2 000 6 50 5 700

# Command & Control

#### SAS modules

()
Mass
(t)
Max. Temp.
(K)
Tolerance
(m/s)
Tolerance
(g)
S.A.S.
level
Electricity
(⚡/s)
CH-J3 Fly-By-Wire Avionics Hub Tiny 5 200 0.08 2 400 7 50 3 0.03

#### Reaction wheels

()
Mass
(t)
Max. Temp.
(K)
Tolerance
(m/s)
Tolerance
(g)
Torque
(kN·m)
Electricity
(⚡/s)
Small Inline Reaction Wheel Tiny 600 0.05 2 000 9 50 5 0.25
(15 ⚡/min)
Advanced Inline Stabilizer Small 1 200 0.1 2 000 9 50 15 0.45
(27 ⚡/min)
Advanced Reaction Wheel Module, Large Large 2 100 0.2 2 000 9 50 30 0.6
(36 ⚡/min)

#### RCS thrusters

()
Mass
(t)
Max. Temp.
(K)
Tolerance
(m/s)
Tolerance
(g)
Thrust
(kN)
Fuel
()
Isp (s) (atm) Isp (s) (vac)
RV-105 RCS Thruster Block Radial mounted 45 0.04 1 500 15 50 1.0 0.11 100 240
Place-Anywhere 7 Linear RCS Port Radial mounted 25 0.02 2 600 15 50 2.0 0.21 100 240
Vernor Engine[Note 1] Radial mounted 150 0.08 2 000 15 50 12.0 0.94 140 260
1. The Vernor Engine uses a liquid fuel/oxidizer mixture.