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NASA Tests New Engine Technology

A new engine that may help NASA safely return astronauts to the moon has successfully completed its third round of testing. The engine has the flexibility to reduce thrust from 100 percent down to 10 percent -- allowing a spacecraft to gently land on the lunar surface. It uses extremely cold liquid oxygen and liquid hydrogen as propellants.

Read more about it at NASA


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