The Sabre Hybrid Rocket Engine at the Skylon space-plane, looking similar to the Concorde, could Revolution Space Travel. It will take off like a conventional airplane,
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The UK government has decided to invest another £60 million to continue developing the Skylon spaceplane’s SABRE engine. Check out the video…
Skylon space plane obtains breakthrough new engines, after British scientists invented a new revolutionary cooling system. With this technology, passengers could fly from London to Australia
The ESA will be giving 1m euros to UK-based Reaction Engines for the Skylon; the jet- and rocket-engine spaceplane is designed to take off and
Europe agrees to continue working on the air-breathing SABRE rocket engine for the Skylon hypersonic space aircraft.
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.
The United States Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) confirmed the feasibility of the SABRE engine cycle concept for Skylon reusable spaceplane.
A new day is dawning after scientists this week unveiled images of a brand new type of reusable ‘spaceplane’ they hope will more than take