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iRocket Wins US Space Force Contract for Reusable Rocket Engine

The US-based startup, iRocket, has been chosen to execute a demonstration of its reusable rocket engine in development, a project backed by the US Space Force. The deal between the nascent company and the US Space Systems Command is valued at a significant $1.8 million, aiming to develop a small carrier system that can be promptly reused post-landing.

The enterprise, also known as Innovative Rocket Technologies, recently announced its contract signing with the Space Systems Command of the US Space Force. Under this agreement, iRocket is mandated to showcase the reusable rocket engine it has been creating. . .

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