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Suborbital company profiles, technology drivers, and mission architecture

Part of the Springer Praxis Books book series (PRAXIS)

Abstract

Those with even a rudimentary understanding of space appreciate the colossal economic barriers to entering the commercial launch business of space. The list of companies that have tried and failed to achieve suborbital flight is a long one, but this has not prevented those with lofty ambitions from trying to break into the commercial suborbital launch club.

Keywords

Rocket Engine Rocket Motor Liquid Propellant Hybrid Rocket Solid Rocket Motor 
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