Australian researchers are planning subscale demonstrations of the first stage of a multistage space launch system for small satellites that would utilize both flyback boosters and a reusable, scramjet-powered second stage. This aims to take advantage of dramatic growth in the small satellite market, and could provide a “once in a generation opportunity for our hypersonic community to join the space community,” says Michael Smart, chair of hypersonics at the University of ...

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