Skylon’s SABRE engine passes a big test on the engine’s heat exchange element (precooler), in the hypersonic range, at airflow temperatures in excess of 1,000°C,
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The United States Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) confirmed the feasibility of the SABRE engine cycle concept for Skylon reusable spaceplane.
Reaction Engines has announced a joint venture to create lightweight, carbon-free ammonia reactors.
With a new hypersonic engine developed by UK scientists, travelers could fly from Britain to Australia in just four hours by the 2030s.
Europe agrees to continue working on the air-breathing SABRE rocket engine for the Skylon hypersonic space aircraft.
Boeing and Rolls-Royce just announced their investment in the Reaction Engines UK Hypersonic Propulsion Company.
Work began on the UK’s latest rocket engine test facility, designed for firing the engine core of the ESA-backed SABRE propulsion system.
Reaction Engines secures funding for the development of SABRE engine, for the hypersonic plane.
BAE Systems and Reaction Engines to develop SABRE (Synergetic Air-Breathing Rocket Engine), a new class of aerospace engine.