Liquid Propulsion

Only about a dozen universities in the United States have built a working liquid engine, and we plan to make USF lucky number 13. This long-term project is inherently resource intensive (requiring extensive research and analysis, the creation and use of highly controlled test environments, and the custom machining of nearly every part), however it is well worth the time and effort. The accomplishment of this project will put SOAR on the national map and hopefully well on the way to space flight, while providing valuable data to the global research community. Stay tuned for updates!


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