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ABL Space to support NASA’s in-space cryogenic liquid hydrogen transferring mission
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ABL Space to support NASA’s in-space cryogenic liquid hydrogen transferring mission

ABL Space Systems is supporting a NASA demonstration mission that will see cryogenic liquid hydrogen transferred in space in 2023.

Considered one of the most challenging yet highest-performing propellants for lunar and deep-space exploration, the mission will explore numerous novel cryogenic propellant technologies as it forges a path to sustainable Artemis operations on the moon.

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ABL Space Systems has been selected as the launch provider for the mission and will deploy its geosynchronous orbit (GSO) launch system whilst also advancing its RS1 with a hydrogen-compatible fairing and payload support systems.

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