hidden chemistry powers moon launches

The Space Launch System, the world's most potent rocket, is used in the display (SLS).

With a height of around 330 feet (100 metres) and a weight of over 2,900 tonnes (2,600 tonnes),

With a height of around 330 feet (100 metres) and a weight of over 2,900 tonnes (2,600 tonnes),

However, the technology behind rocket science and space travel is not only incredible engineering.

These amazing feats are made possible by smart chemistry that is hidden inside, supporting our frail existence in space.

Fuels are mixed with oxygen in this process to create energy. That energy then provides the push (or thrust) required to move enormous equipment.

Two solid rocket boosters and four improved space shuttle engines known as RS-25 core stage engines

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