Hypersonix joins the space race with hydrogen fuel
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Hypersonix joins the space race with hydrogen fuel

Australian aerospace firm Hypersonix Launch Systems is joining the space race – and it’s using hydrogen to power its entry.

Helping to fuel its dreams, the Queensland-based company today (21st April) unveiled a new partnership with BOC, a subsidiary of Linde, for the supply of green hydrogen fuel.

The hydrogen fuel will be used for the re-usable SPARTAN scramjet engines, which can take small satellite payloads to lower earth orbit (LEO).

Just last year, Hypersonix secured a Department of Industry, Science, Energy and Resources Accelerating Commercialisation Grant, for the design and build of a re-usable satellite launch vehicle scramjet engine.

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