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Hypersonix to collaborate with the University of Sydney to develop flight-critical components for green hydrogen-powered spaceplane
© Hypersonix Launch Systems
Hypersonix to collaborate with the University of Sydney to develop flight-critical components for green hydrogen-powered spaceplane
© Hypersonix Launch Systems

Hypersonix to collaborate with the University of Sydney to develop flight-critical components for green hydrogen-powered spaceplane

Australia-based Hypersonix Launch Systems is set to develop flight-critical components for its green hydrogen-powered launch vehicles with the University of Sydney, the company said today (Jan 13).

Formalised with a Master Research Collaboration Agreement (MRCA) with the University, the two groups will now look to both research and manufacture the components of a zero-emission hypersonic spaceplane powered by hydrogen.

This will enable the use of green hydrogen to launch satellites into low earth orbit (LEO) a key component for scaling the Australian space industry.

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