Launch Vehicle Engines - Mitsubishi Heavy Industries

3 Launch Vehicle Engines from Mitsubishi Heavy Industries meet your specification.
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  • Manufacturers: Mitsubishi Heavy Industries
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: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 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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