Brian Feeney

Brian Feeney is the team leader for the da Vinci Project in Toronto, Canada. The original da Vinci Project consisted of a reusable helium balloon to lift its spacecraft, "Wild Fire" to an altitude of 80,000 feet. This is where Wild Fire's rocket engines will fire and propel the crew to the 100 km altitude goal -- space. Their plan has been revised to include a partnership with Dream Space to build and fly the XF2 and XF3 suborbital tourist space ships. Mr. Feeney has a strong background in large project management and 3D Computer Aided Design. He also has extensive design and analytical skills in liquid rocket propulsion engines and systems, and aero structure layouts, RCS, flight profile and trajectories. To learn more, visit both and

Broadcast 637 (Special Edition)

Brian Feeney returned as the guest for this Space Show program. Mr. Feeney, as team leader for the da Vinci Project, discussed with us their new partnership with DreamSpace and their push to develop their new suborbital tourist spaceships, the XF2 and XF3 with the XF1 serving as their technology demonstrator. You can see photos of their vehicle and obtain technical specifications by visiting either or

Broadcast 261 (Special Edition)

Brian Feeney, team leader for the da Vinci Project was the special guest on this edition of The Space Show. Please listen to the last ten minutes of this program as Brian can use some help for a very specific product for his entry in the X-Prize. If you can help him, contact him through his website at During the program, Brian explained the origins of the da Vinci Project, its unique technical and engineering attributes and characteristics, as well as its flight plan for winning the X-Prize.

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