Indian Space Agency Tests Cryogenic Engine

Credit: Artist's concept of Gaganyaan: Dean Sumith
BENGALURU, India—India’s space agency has tested its indigenously developed cryogenic rocket engine in anticipation of the country’s first human spaceflight mission, dubbed Gaganyaan. “The high-thrust cryogenic engine CE-20 is planned to be used in human-rated GSLV Mk.3 rocket,” which is due to...

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