Ceramic nose cone

Our Condition Black layering system uses the same ceramic technology as the International Space Station

To get a sense of just how tough ceramic materials can be, you need to look to the International Space Station 400km above the Earth. Shielding it from micrometeoroids and orbital debris that can strike it at speeds of up to 40,000mph it has multiple layers of protection.

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