SpaceX Proves Challenging To China's Long March Launcher

For more than 40 years, China has relied on a rocket technology the rest of the world has largely dropped for main space-launch propulsion. But now, moving from hydrazine propellant and its easily developed engines to the harder technology of kerosene, liquid hydrogen and liquid oxygen, the Chinese...

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