The AR-22, a liquid oxygen- and liquid hydrogen-fueled engine built by Aerojet Rocketdyne from spare space shuttle main engine components, has been test-fired 10 times in less than 10 days, clearing a key milestone for the development of a Darpa-backed, Boeing-built prototype reusable space launch system called Phantom ...

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