The Imperial Steadfast Spaceship is an entirely reusable low Mars orbital spacecraft system operated by Royal Malaysian Air Force (RMAF) in quest to build a highly sustainable spaceship to support life beyond Earth. The program was launched in 2015 and is known as the Space Task Force 141 (SFT141) and was founded in 1987 by Dr. Jamil Nazmi Nowitzki who served in the RMAF for roughly two decades. One of the pinnacle test flights were launched in 1999 when the spaceship successfully reached its destination around the gravitational orbital pull of Mars while carrying several life mammals and its sustainable ecosystem to provide hospitable environment, food and water supplies for its survival in the fleet.


There was a total of 265 missions from 1989 to 2015 and 8 spaceships were successfully launched from the Sultan Ibrahim Mahmud Space Centre (SIMSC) in Kuala Lumpur. SFT141 is currently managing a total of 10 fleets from a space station that is currently orbiting the Moon for maintenance work and act as a computing authority that handles the complex cycle of each spaceships. The Spaceships’ total mission time was recorded to be 2453 days and 13 hours, to date.


Spaceships components included the Gravitational Artificial Intellect (GAI) which replicates the gravitational experience on Earth, five clustered RocketGear RG43-21-B main engines and expandable multilayered tank (MT) containing liquid hydrogen and liquid oxygen with a compressor Recycling Artificial Smart Tank (RAST) in order to manipulate the waste products into renewable supply of oxygen and gas. Conclusively, the spaceship is complete with equipped infrastructure that replicates a city, forest and the ocean on its 12-acre vessel of highly sustainable prospects to support life beyond Earth.