CHENNAI: The Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) said it has successfully conducted the flight acceptance hot test of the CE-20 cryogenic engine that will power the country’s rocket for the third moon mission – Chandrayaan-3.
According to the space agency, the CE-20 cryogenic engine will power the rocket’s cryogenic upper stage called the LVM3-M4.
The 25-second hot test was conducted on February 24 at the ISRO Propulsion Complex in Mahendragiri, Tamil Nadu.
“All propulsion parameters were satisfactory and closely matched during the test
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