Relativity Space aspires to be the next big commercial launcher. The need for space infrastructure is increasing, and as a result, demand for launch services is always exceeding supply. This demand can be satisfied by its 3D printed reusable rockets, which provide clients with the ideal payload capacity at an affordable price. The strategic goal is to decrease the complexity, cost, and time to market of vehicles by utilising the latest developments in additive manufacturing. The patented technologies open up new value propositions in the thriving space economy and allow for inventive designs that were previously unthinkable.
TERRAN R. Government and commercial clients want to launch satellites fast and cheaply, without having to wait for a ride-sharing spot on a big rocket launch to open up. After identifying this gap in the market, Relativity Space created Terran R.
Terran R, designed for reusability, will provide high-volume dependability and performance at a reduced cost and faster time to market. They design and produce reusable, high-performance, affordable rockets by utilising the potential of autonomous robotics, additive manufacturing, and artificial intelligence.
By adopting a vertically integrated technology platform, iteration at a never-before-seen speed and scale becomes possible, pushing the limits of current capabilities and unleashing the full potential of 3D printing in the future. Beginning in 2026, Terran R will be launched from Cape Canaveral Space Force Base’s Launch Complex 16.