LEO-46 is the first phase of a three-stage propulsion system created for the Super Strypi rail-launched, spin stabilized launch vehicle. The the solid rocket motors (SRM)'s innovative design, together with the launch vehicle architecture's simplicity, allows affordable space access for small satellite packages up to 250kg to 300kg.
With the LEO-46 firing, the series of three successful LEO motor ground test demonstrations gets completed.
The testing of LEO-7 second phase motor and the LEO-1 third stage motor was successful in
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