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Russia develops new rocket fuel
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Moscow (Voice of Russia) Jan 07, 2013

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Specialists from Russian scientific-production association Energomash have developed a state-of-the-art high-efficient fuel, news reports said on Thursday.

According to Energomash chief executive Vladimir Solntsev, the Atsetam fuel will help increase the efficiency of rocket engines by at least one third in the future.

He said that in particular, the new fuel may be used in upper-stage rocket engines.

Source: Voice of Russia


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