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NASA reveals its most powerful rocket yet

Posted on Thursday, September 15 2011 @ 21:48:40 CEST by


Reuters reports NASA presented plans for a new rocket capable of taking astronauts back to the moon and beyond.
The new rocket is based on the space shuttle's liquid hydrogen and liquid oxygen engines and fuel tanks, coupled initially with upgraded solid-fuel shuttle booster rockets that also were developed under Constellation.

NASA plans a competition that could replace the Alliant Techsystems Inc booster rockets with liquid-fuel rockets.

The rocket would be more powerful than the Apollo-era Saturn booster that carried crews and equipment to the moon between 1969 and 1972.
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