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NASA provides insight into its new 4,700m3 liquid hydrogen sphere
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NASA provides insight into its new 4,700m3 liquid hydrogen sphere

NASA and the US Department of Energy (DOE) hosted a liquid hydrogen workshop on Wednesday (August 18) that featured information on NASA’s new liquid hydrogen sphere.

James Fesmire, Senior Principal Investigator at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center, talked about the new 4,700m3 liquid hydrogen sphere that is being used to provide additional storage capacity.

The new liquid hydrogen sphere, which as James Fesmire explains can hold 333 tonnes of liquid hydrogen, is set to be completed in 2022 and will support the Artemis moon mission.

This will be achieved by supplying liquid hydrogen to power the rockets propulsion system.

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