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Interorbital tests rocket engine

Submit on Tuesday, October 30th, 2012 22:59

Interorbital Systems recently conducted the first hot-firing test of the company’s Neptune rocket series main engine, the IOS GPRE 7.5KNTA (General Purpose Rocket Engine; 7,500lb-thrust; Nitric Acid; Turpentine; Ablative cooling).
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