Because of the low cost and amount of time required to launch the TAV-1, and its quick turnaround, it is an ideal craft for inexpensive satellite deployment, retrieval, and servicing.
The TAV-1’s low cost deployment enables more frequent transport of crew and supplies to the International Space Station (and future space stations), as well as expedited maintenance and updates.
With a large payload and the self-fueling Tachyon Aerospace MX-2 Engines, the TAV-1 makes an ideal vehicle for deployment and retrieval of rovers for interstellar exploration and research.
INTERSTELLAR EXPERIMENTATIONThe unique design and function of the cockpit enable the TAV-1 to provide a platform for experimentation in orbit within several scientific, chemical, medical, and horticultural disciplines.
The Tachyon Aerospace has been developing and testing Radiation Shielding against solar flares, heavy ions in the background radiation, and EMPs. Our findings show our solution can protect and safeguard space craft, satellites, crew, supplies, electronics, and communication systems.