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SFS News: Interorbital Discuss Engines Ahead of ‘Eyes in S

Posted by: Rob Goldsmith - Mon Dec 17, 2007 5:31 pm
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Post SFS News: Interorbital Discuss Engines Ahead of ‘Eyes in S   Posted on: Mon Dec 17, 2007 5:31 pm
Following the recent implementation of an Interorbital (IOS) forum at the Space Fellowship I thought it would be a good idea to delve into the more technical aspects of IOS so I spoke with Randa Milliron about their engines.

My first question to Randa was when were their engine tests done? “We began testing liquid rocket engines in October of 1995; the first engine Rod (Roderick Milliron) designed and built was a 2500-lb thrust Liquid Oxygen/Methanol engine.â€

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