Prometheus demonstrator, a low-cost reusable engine, takes off

France and Europe are trying to catch up with their technological backwardness in terms of launchers. The Prometheus program is finally taking shape. Thanks to France, which believed very early in Promotheus, which will in principle be a much cheaper engine than those of the current and future Ariane family and also reusable. On the occasion of the visit Tuesday, on the ArianeGroup site in Vernon, of the President of the Republic Emmanuel Macron, the executive chairman of ArianeGroup, André-Hubert Roussel, and the chairman of CNES, Jean-Yves Le Gall, signed a contract preparing for testing of the new Prometheus engine on the Normandy site. France is investing 15 million euros to develop this new launcher engine in order to “to win…

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