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Hypersonix places order to manufacture a 3D printed hydrogen-powered scramjet engine
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Hypersonix places order to manufacture a 3D printed hydrogen-powered scramjet engine

Hypersonix Launch Systems has placed an order with Amiga Engineering to manufacture a new 3D printed, hydrogen-powered scramjet engine to support clean emissions in the aerospace industry.

Revealed today (Oct 28), the order will see the development of SPARTAN, a composite, self-igniting re-usable scramjet engine powered by green hydrogen that can be used to power a re-usable satellite launch system, delivering payloads to lower earth orbit (LEO) in an environmentally sustainable way.

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In utilising green hydrogen, the SPARTAN launch system emits no carbon emissions, cementing the systems position in carbon free launches.

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