Google Lunar X Prize team ARCA conducts propellant firing tests

by | Mar 9, 2009 | Technology | 1 comment

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credit ARCA / caption: the test firings are another milestone in ARCA’s progress

The European Google Lunar X Prize team ARCA has conducted propellant firing tests for its Stabilo suborbital vehicle and the Lunar injection stage engine for its European Lunar Explorer vehicle that would touch down on the Moon for the team to claim a Google Lunar X Prize

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