Satellite Launch Vehicle Engines

7 Satellite Launch Vehicle Engines from 2 Manufacturers meet your specification.
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  • Manufacturers: Blue Origin, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries
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: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:MB-XX is a new family of cryogenic upper stage rocket engines jointly developed by MHI Group and Aerojet Rocketdyne
Vacuum Thrust:
155687.76 to 266893.3 kN(35, 000 - 60, 000 lbf)
Specific Impulse:
467 sec (Isp (vacuum)
Propellant:
Liquid Oxygen, 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
Vacuum Thrust:
1115.96 kN (112 ton)
Specific Impulse:
440 sec (Isp (vacuum)
Engine Mass:
1, 780 Kg (Weight)
Propellant:
Liquid Oxygen, 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.
Vacuum Thrust:
139.49 kN (14 ton)
Specific Impulse:
449 sec (Isp (vacuum)
Engine Mass:
285 Kg (Weight)
Propellant:
Liquid Oxygen, LOX-LH2
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Description:BE-3U (Upper stage), optimized to operate in the vacuum of space. With a back-to-back turbine assembly and a larger nozzle
Vacuum Thrust:
710 kN (160, 000 lbf), 490 kN (110, 000 lbf) thrust at sea level, 90 kN (20, 000 lbf)Down to earth thrust
Propellant:
Liquid Oxygen, LOX-LH2
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Description:BE-4 is the most powerful liquefied natural gas (LNG) fueled rocket engine ever developed.
Vacuum Thrust:
2, 400 kN (550, 000 lbf)
Propellant:
LNG
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