AeroJet Rocketdyen, the company behind the futuristic super-pitch-driven propulsive jet, has launched a crowdfunding campaign for the new AeroJet Titan.
The AeroJet’s new pitch-driven water jet will be able to propel water at up to 400 mph and climb up to 4,000 feet (1,700 meters) in the air, according to the company.
The AeroJet will also be able float and glide through the air at speeds of up to 5,000 mph (8,400 meters).
According to the AeroJet, its new pitch propulsion system will be ready for production in 2021.
It will be the first pitch-controlled water jet to be produced, according the company’s CEO.
The company says the Aerojet Titan will be capable of carrying a payload of over 3,000 pounds (1.3 metric tons) in addition to the water jet itself.
The propulsion system is designed to operate in vacuum and can also operate under oxygen and water.
The system will provide thrust to the wing and tail surfaces and allow it to lift the vehicle from the ground.
The design has also been designed to be able climb up at up of 5,600 feet (2,400 m) in altitude, which is enough to climb the height of a Boeing 747 airplane, according a statement.