The Virgo Module

(A New Standard in Module Design)

The Virgo Module

The first Virgo Module could become a space hotel, a low Earth orbit production facility, or both, a true mixed use station. But perhaps the best way to think of this extra-large module is as a building block to something bigger, something, even more amazing.

Images of Starship docked to the International Space Station always look lopsided because Starship could deliver 500 people to a station and ISS can only handle maybe 10? It is time for a new module standard that will handle at first dozens, and then later, hundreds of tourists, scientists, and station crew.

Virgo Module, and the stations it will configure, will create a broad, affordable palate of station choices to suite the needs of many offworld customer requirements. Virgo Module marks the beginning of a new era of space habitation: built fast, affordable, and to our customer size and volume requirements.

Humankind is ready to explore and colonize our solar system and then reach for the stars. We will do it with big rockets and big stations like Virgo and VERA. Many people will have the chance to go.

Virgo Module Technical Overview

Guest Capacity:40-60
Perigee:400 km
Apogee:400 km
Orbital Inclination: 28-97 deg
Width:14 m
Length:22 m
Pressurize:d Volume 4800 m3
Atmospheric Pressure: 1 atm, 1013 hectopascals, 29.92 inHg
Solar Power Generation: 100Kw
The Virgo Module can be built fast

ZG Station

ZG Station is collection of Virgo modules, each offering over 4000 cubic meters of volume. How many modules per ZG station is determined by the needs of our customers, or, to address their privacy or safety concerns.

ZG Technical Overview

Crew:120-150 (4 module)
Width:50 m3
Depth:50 m3
Pressurized Volume:16000 m3
Atmospheric Pressure: 1 atm, 1013 hPa, 29.92 inHg
ZG Station

Valhalla Station

Valhalla Station Module is a space station built using a continuous volume generator (CVG). Sargon Systems can build stations and modules in many different sizes and shapes and are not restricted to the fairing size of any rocket. This very long depiction of a stretched Virgo Module portrays the versatility of our station building machines. By creating modules that are either very long or very wide, new ventures in space can expand their business and scientific prospects affordably.

Valhalla Station Module

The Station Transfer Vehicle

The Station Transfer Vehicle (STV) is a spacecraft built using a CVG. It’s core dimensions are determined by the class of the Sargon Construction Ring that assembles it.

STV’s are essential to the operation of VERA class stations. Their primary use is to transfer people and cargo from one station to another. But they would also serve an essential role in evacuation of a station should the need arise. Using STV’s for evacuation would save billions of dollars.

Gross Volume:4800 m3
Atmospheric Pressure:1 atm, 1013 hPa, 29.92 inHg
Solar Power Generation:25kw

The Station Transfer Vehicle

The STV Interior

STV’s will move guests and cargo from Starships to VERA class stations and modules. But as the community of stations grows, the STV’s will become essential in creating a network of commerce between them.

STV Technical Overview

Guest Capacity:500 (evacuation)
Gross Volume:4800m3
Atmospheric Pressure: 1 atm, 1013 hPa, 29.92 inHg
STV interior