With our unique, reusable rockets and more environment-friendly hybrid propellants, Gravitilab provides the world’s most sustainable suborbital launch technology. Our custom fleet opens access to higher altitudes for sustained microgravity so you can test products in a space environment.

We also offer the world’s first drone-based, drop-pod microgravity testing system, Louis, which brings the laboratory to you — removing the costs of drop tower or parabolic flight testing.

Louis

Payload mass: 4kg
Payload volume: 3 litres
Altitude: 600m-2,000m
Microgravity duration: ≈5-10 seconds per drop
Launches a day: 6
Lead time: 1 month
Take off: Q1 2022

Max 75

CanSat capacity: 2 Small
Payload: 1.2kg
Velocity: 137ms-1
Altitude: 0.8km

Max 100

Payload: 3kg
Velocity: 1,129ms-1
Altitude: 12km

Max 135

CanSat capacity: 3 Large
Payload: 3kg
Velocity: 550ms-1
Altitude: 1.8km

Max 150

Payload: 6kg
Velocity: 550ms-1
Altitude: 7km

Ada

Payload: 6kg
Velocity: 1372ms-1
Altitude: <50km
Microgravity duration: ≈15s
Lift-off : 2022

Isaac

Payload mass: 20kg
Payload volume: 35 litres
Velocity: 1646ms-1
Altitude: 180-250km
Microgravity duration: ≈180s
Launches a day: 1
Lead time: 2 months
Lift-off : Q1 2023

Find the right Gravitilab launch service to accelerate your test campaign.