The First Fully Self-Sustaining Military Space Shuttle
Nuclear Powered Reactor
How Ion Propulsion Works
The primary parts of an ion propulsion system are the ion thruster, power processing unit (PPU), propellant management system (PMS), and digital control and interface unit (DCIU). The PPU converts the electrical power from a power source—usually solar cells or a nuclear heat source—into the voltages needed for the hollow cathodes to operate, to bias the grids, and to provide the currents needed to produce the ion beam. The PMS may be divided into a high-pressure assembly (HPA) that reduces the xenon pressure from the higher storage pressures in the tank to a level that is then metered with accuracy for the ion thruster components by a low-pressure assembly (LPA). The DCIU controls and monitors system performance, and performs communication functions with the spacecraft computer.
Hauling/Large Space Debris Capabilities - 30%100%
Small Debris Clean-up - 20%25%
Military & Classified Capabilities - 30%75%
Exploratory & Research Capabilities - 20%25%
The Incognito would not only be revolutionary due to its fuel, speed, time and even efficiency, although all of these are great, yet. The strongest feature it contains would be its versatility.
With the ability of addon-space installation, it allows The Incognito to change, switch and attach different components for different specified situations either if it's for research and exploratory missions too even classified military operations.