Launch Vehicle Engines

12 Launch Vehicle Engines for Space Applications from 4 manufacturers listed on SatNow

Launch Vehicle Engines for space applications from multiple manufacturers are listed on SATNow. Use the filters to select products based on your requirement. View product details, download datasheets, compare products, get quotes and pricing for matching products. SATNow has compiled this list of products specifically for Space and Satellite Applications.

Description:The MB-XX uses liquid oxygen/liquid hydrogen as propellant and is designed as a reliable high-performance, affordable, low-risk upper stage engine family to meet the growing and varied global demands
Vacuum Thrust:
155.687 to 266.893 kN
Specific Impulse:
467 sec
Engine Mass:
344.73 to 589.67 Kg
Height:
2.2 to 3.3 m
Propellant:
LOX-LH2
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Description:Two BE-3U engines power New Glenn’s restartable upper stage, enabling the full range of customer missions including direct injection to geostationary orbit
Vacuum Thrust:
710 kN
Propellant:
LOX-LH2
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Description:It is a European demonstrator for a very low cost, potentially reusable engine
Propellant:
LOX, Methane
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Description:With deep throttling capabilities and a low-mass design, the engine uses liquid propellants to run at much higher, more efficient specific impulse, which means less fuel is required
Vacuum Thrust:
26.689 Kn
Propellant:
LOX, Liquid Methane
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Description:The LE-7A rocket engine, developed for the first stage of the H-II rocket and has a two stage burning cycle system, is the improved model of LE-7 engine
Vacuum Thrust:
1098.344 kN
Specific Impulse:
440 sec
Engine Mass:
1780 Kg
Height:
3.67 m
Propellant:
LOX-LH2
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Description:The first ox-rich staged combustion engine made in the U.S. will power two vehicles in the next generation of American orbital rockets
Vacuum Thrust:
2400 kN
Propellant:
LNG
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Description:The Aestus engine powers the Ariane 5 ES version bipropellant upper stage for insertion of payloads into LEO, SSO and GTO
Vacuum Thrust:
29.6 kN
Specific Impulse:
324 sec
Engine Mass:
111 Kg (Thrust Chamber Mass)
Height:
2.2 m
Nozzle Outlet Diameter:
1.31 m
Propellant:
N2O4, MMH
Propellant Flow Rate:
9.3 Kg/sec
Space Heritage:
Yes
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Description:The engine is additively manufactured using just three parts, providing a low-cost solution for reusable launch vehicles
Vacuum Thrust:
111.205 kN
Propellant:
LOX, Methane
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Description:The LE-5B rocket engine, developed for the second stage of the H-II rocket, is the improved model of LE-5A engine. It is the first rocket engine in the world which uses the hydrogen used for the cooli...
Vacuum Thrust:
137.293 kN
Specific Impulse:
449 sec
Engine Mass:
285 Kg
Height:
2.765 m
Propellant:
LOX-LH2
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Description:The HM7B cryogenic engine powers the cryogenic upper stage of Ariane 5 ECA, on which it has performed more than 130 consecutive successful flights
Vacuum Thrust:
64.8 kN
Specific Impulse:
446 sec
Engine Mass:
165 Kg
Height:
2.01 m
Propellant:
LOX-LH2
Propellant Flow Rate:
14.8 Kg/sec
Space Heritage:
Yes
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