The Gallery of Enzmann Starships

The Enzmann Starship became well-known in the 1970s. Then, it was locked in an attic for over 50 years with the rest of the archive. You can now learn more about the Enzmann Starship, its design, and how it will impact the field of extra-solar travel as we know it.

Dr. Enzmann designed 3 vehicles for star travel based on available research, technology, and engineering – the Enzmann Starships.

The Enzmann Pulse Class Starship relies on a fission-fusion-powered design, complete with a sphere of frozen Deuterium measuring 305 meters. It used 34 nuclear-pulse-propulsion engines, plus 2 dozen more pulse-engine tugs as utility vehicles around the fuel tank. The Enzmann Starships also include long cylindrical habitats joined with the sphere of Deuterium and his signature engineering.

The starships utilize a modular design with three main living areas that were cylindrical modules 300 feet around and 300 feet high each. The entire starship will have an orbital launch mass of 3-12 million tons, with much of that weight being propellant, and would be capable of reaching speeds of 30% the speed of light.

“A true starship is able when reaching a landfall as hospitable as the Earth’s moon to reproduce itself. Yes, this might take a century or more, but it’s fundamental.’ – RDE