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Artist render of Eiger. Translucent parts reveal a dramatically simplified version of the proprietary Black Magic propulsion system.
Artist rendering showcasing the Olympus lander, taking off from the surface of Mars.
Pythom team working on the Eiger first stage in the machine shop (Bishop, CA).
Pythom team doing some on-site assembly in preparation of Eiger's inaugural micro-hop.
Chained down Eiger stage one during its first ever micro-jump. Next step; remove the chains and go higher.
Eiger micro-jump test site with a backdrop of the Sierra Nevadas (California).
Eiger stage one with a backdrop of the Sierras. Crane access for on-site electronics adjustments.
Eiger stage one getting chained down in preparation for its micro-jump. Sierra Nevadas and test trailer in the background.
Pythom team doing some on-site assembly in preparation of Eiger's inaugural micro-hop. Test trailer in the background.
Pythom team moving the Eiger stage one from the manufacturing facility to the test building across the street (Bishop, CA).
Tina (CEO) doing some laser welding in the Pythom welding cage (Bishop, CA).
In-house CAD of Asterex engine, along with fluid simulations and software.
Asterex engine hot firing with a 10 MPa chamber pressure (twice the record in class, <100-500 kg to LEO).
Screenshot from Pythom's first ever hot firing of the Asterex engine.
Tom (CTO) working on Eiger's internal electronics. All control software is written in-house.