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ROSCOSMOS to Create Water-Fuelled Space Engines
25.01.2016 16:48
ROSCOSMOS to Create Water-Fuelled Space Engines

The ROSCOSMOS state corporation in 2018 will start developing spacecraft engines that run on water electrolysis product.

      It is stated in the draft of The Federal Space Program for 2016-2025.

      The propulsion systems will run on oxygen-hydrogen fuel, which will be made onboard the spacecraft by means of electrolysis of water  from available stocks. A mighty power station is required for electrolysis. The Keldysh Research Center under the authority of ROSCOSMOS will be engaged in the corresponding development.



Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Roscosmos Spacecrafts    

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