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Testing a typical engine in Gstaad, Switzerland, running on plastic waste

 

 

The CEO of the engine manufacturer, Richard Dinan, stated that this engine was “one of the cleanest designs” in terms of engines for missiles.

However, Pulsar Fusion (British) had previously installed its new hybrid rocket engine, which was equipped with nitrogen dioxide in addition to high-density polyethylene (PAD) extracted from plastic waste, at a Swiss site.

On November 25, 2021, in the Swiss town of Gstaad, a prototype engine was ignited.

Accordingly, the ignited engine is intended for use in space missions.
Among the information that was said about this engine is that it is used to put the upper stage of the rocket into orbit.

Engine mechanism:
The engine expels non-toxic pass-through vapor and does so essentially, as a result of this the engine has a low carbon footprint.


The ultimate goal of Pulsa r Fusion is
* Producing an engine that is high-speed and whose mechanism is to work with the power of nuclear fusion,
It is one of the techniques that can reduce the travel time in the estimated distance from our planet to Mars by half.
* The first prototype is expected to be built by 2025.

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