India Tests Its First Cryogenic Rocket Engine

NEW DELHI — India has successfully tested its first indigenously developed and most powerful cryogenic rocket engine, moving a step closer to launching heavier satellites into orbit. The high-thrust cryogenic engine CE-20, which uses liquid oxygen and hydrogen as fuel, underwent an 640-sec. firing...

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