Nasa’s 3D Printed Rocket Engine Has Passed The Biggest And Hottest Test Yet Tauheed Ahmad November 14, 2016 Science 2027 The injector image was shown to generate 22,000 pounds of thrust, 10 times more than previous 3D printed injectors. Researchers anticipate that sturdy, efficient 3D printed pieces will decrease flight hardware costs. A 3D printer is slated to be launched to the International Space Station in 2014 to help the crew create custom parts and tools. Nasa’s 3D Printed Rocket Engine Has Passed The Biggest And Hottest Test Yet Originally posted 2014-04-07 22:45:09. Republished by Blog Post Promoter Related PostsNASA Released Spectacular Photos of JupiterAmazing Landscapes of Our Planet EarthSoviet-era Shuttles Left to Rust in an Abandoned Deseret of KazakhstanA Graduate Student Created First Man Made Bilological Leaf Which Can Produce Oxygen Just Like a Plant NASA Astronaut Revealed First Flower to Ever Bloom in SpaceResearchers Find The Cells At The Root Of Balding & Gray HairFull Moon Reflection A black hole in space where gravity pulls so much that even light cannot get out. Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYou must be logged in to post a comment.