ULA Refines Plan To Reuse Vulcan Rocket Engines

ULA’s Vulcan rocket assembly at Decatur, Alabama factory
The core stage for ULA’s first Vulcan rocket is in final assembly at the company’s Decatur, Alabama, factory.
Credit: ULA
SECOND IN A SERIES The term “operational reusability” means different things to different space companies. For SpaceX and Blue Origin, rockets that land themselves and quickly return to the launchpad are key to goals to cut costs and develop technologies for human settlements beyond Earth. United...

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