China’s Landspace Fires Main Engine, Plans Higher Thrust

Credit: Landspace

Private Chinese space launcher builder Landspace has tested a complete methane-burning space-launch main engine, working toward the first flight of the company’s ZQ-2 rocket in 2020. The test also laid the groundwork for a move to higher thrust. Landspace says it fired a TQ-12 engine four times...

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