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300LR-200
Part of 35AL Family
Aerojet Nitric acid/Amine rocket engine. Development begun January 1943. Planned successor to XCALT-6000, developed under 'Project X' for the Northrop XP-79 Flying Wing rocket fighter. First flight 1945.

AKA: XCAL-200. Date: January 1943. Thrust: 882 N (198 lbf).

Two different engines were developed. Low thrust, proof of principle First US rocket powered aircraft flight. Also called XCAL-200.

Thrust (sl): 882 N (198 lbf). Thrust (sl): 90 kgf. Propellant Formulation: RFNA/Monoethylaniline.

Family: Storable liquid. Country: USA. Spacecraft: XP-79. Propellants: Nitric acid/Amine. Agency: Aerojet.



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