I'm wanting to create a space carrier that will ferry smaller space planes around the solar system but I'm having trouble getting the space plane into orbit. Just a couple km off the ground the entire launch vehicle tips over cause the space plane has lift-generating parts, right? Pretty easy concept. Well, I tried to correct that by adding enough wing parts to the back to move the center of lift just behind the center of mass so it doesn't tip over (which looks ridiculous), but it still tips over and does flips. I assume that this is because the center of mass is shifting forward as the fuel is being consumed, so this means that even if this somehow kept the space plane from causing too much lift up front then the huge wing structures in the back would eventually cause it to flip the other direction. Any suggestions on how I get this thing into space without flying it (because the space plane was built to look cool, not function as a plane in an atmosphere)? Here is my ridiculous contraption.