Zero 2 Infinity gets 3D-printed engine part for Bloostar launch vehicle – SpaceNews.com [Video]

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Updated March 24 at 11:15 a.m. Eastern. WASHINGTON — Spanish startup Zero 2 Infinity will use a 3D-printed combustion chamber for the engines it is developing to power its Bloostar balloon-assisted orbital rocket. Spain’s Andalusian Foundation for Aerospace Development (FADA), a...

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Updated March 24 at 11:15 a.m. Eastern.

WASHINGTON — Spanish startup Zero 2 Infinity will use a 3D-printed combustion chamber for the engines it is developing to power its Bloostar balloon-assisted orbital rocket.

Spain’s Andalusian Foundation for Aerospace Development (FADA), a non-profit that counts Airbus Defence and Space as a board member, printed the combustion chamber …

Bloostar is a launch vehicle designed to use balloons to rise above the densest layer of Earth’s atmosphere before firing rocket engines to place satellites weighing up to 75 kilograms into low Earth orbit.

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