The N-series launchers, representing the N-I, N-II and N-III, are a series of launchers used by the Soviets in this timeline. The N-I OTL is the most powerful N-series launcher ITTL.
|Description||Number of Engines||Total thrust (kN, vac)||Isp (s, vac)|
|Blok A||The heavyweight lower stage of the N-series. First stage of the N-1.||30 NK-15 engines||45,400||330|
|Blok B||Middleweight stage of the N-series. Lower stage of the N-II and second stage of the N-I||8 NK-15/8 NK-15V||Varies||Varies|
|Blok V||Lower stage of the N-III and the second lightest stage in the N-series inventory.||4 NK-15/4 NK-21||Varies||Varies|
|Blok G||Lightest stage in the N-series inventory.||1 NK-21 and 1 NK-54||785||340|
|225km x 225km, 52||24568kg|
|700km x 700km, 82||16608kg|
|225km x 35785km, 52||7857kg|
The above payload figures assume a fairing massing 2000kg that is released 145 seconds into the flight, during the second stage burn.