NEW DELHI—India is studying the development of a launcher capable of orbiting satellites weighing up to 10 tons. The proposed Heavy-lift Launch Vehicle (HLV) is under study by a project team, according to a scientist from the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO). The new-generation HLV “will derive its propulsion modules from LVM3 as well as from new developments” including a larger S-250 solid strap-on booster, larger L-200 semi-cryogenic booster-stage SCE200 ...

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