Private Chinese company Landspace is designing reusability into its primary product, a methane-fueled launcher that it expects to fly in 2020. The initial focus is on vertical recovery, but Landspace’s ultimate goal is to have its ZQ-2 series of launchers land horizontally. A complete engine for the launcher should be tested late this year or early next, while a small solid-propellant rocket, an interim product intended mainly to gain entry into the market, is due to fly this month, ...

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