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Siberian scientists have developed a prototype of an economical engine for nanosatellites

Novosibirsk scientists from the Khristianovich Institute of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics of the Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences have developed a prototype of an engine for nanosatellites (i.e. small satellites weighing from 1 to 10 kilograms), which works on water fuel. The invention allows savings of up to a third of a useful volume, said Ivan Timofeev, one of the developers of the engine and a researcher at the Institute.
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Nanosatelles are used, in particular, for monitoring of environment, astronomical observations, and testing of various space technologies. The engine developed by Siberian scientists suits the modern format of nanosatellites CubeSat, which implies dimensions of 10×10×10 centimetres.

«In the near future, maybe within a month, we will receive a ready-made prototype from the enterprise that is currently producing it. We are now working on a question of where and how to test it,» Timofeev said.

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