New Japanese Space Launcher Engine Tested Successfully

Credit: LE-9: JAXA.
ADELAIDE, Australia—The main engine of the forthcoming H3 Japanese space launcher has performed successfully in a first series of hot-fire tests, with program engineers working toward a first flight in around three years. Two more series of tests for the hydrogen-burning LE-9 engine are planned: one...

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