“While we didn’t make it all the way today, we gathered enough data to show that flying 3D-printed rockets is possible.” —A statement from Relativity test program manager Arwa Tizani Kelly over the company livestream yesterday (March 22)


Relativity Space’s Terran 1 rocket, by the digits

110: Height in feet of the Terran 1 rocket, or 33.5 m

2,755: Maximum weight the Terran 1 rocket can carry, or 1,250 kgs

85%: Amount of the Terran 1 rocket that is built with 3D printing technology

$12 million: Relativity Space’s advertised price per Terran 1 launch

60: Number of days Relativity Space says its 3D-printed rocket can be built in

100x: Fewer parts needed for its Terran R rocket, as advertised on the Relativity Space site


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