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© Hypersonix Launch Systems
hypersonix-to-integrate-its-hydrogen-scramjet-engine-for-dart-ae-multi-mission-drone-demonstration
© Hypersonix Launch Systems

Hypersonix to integrate its hydrogen scramjet engine for DART AE multi-mission drone demonstration

Hypersonix will integrate its hydrogen scramjet engine to launch a DART AE multi-mission hypersonic drone demonstrator as a means to further progress Australia’s aerospace sector, the company said today (Jan 25).

The launch, expected to be performed in 2023, will support the Hypersonix DART AE, a multi-mission, hypersonic drone, which will be fully 3D-printed out of exquisite high-temperature materials.

This will then be powered by a single, fifth-generation SPARTAN, zero emission, clean hydrogen scramjet engine with a publicly disclosable range of 500km.

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