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Corinne Sedano, group lead for Chemical Propulsion Flight Programs in the “In Space” Branch at AFRL’s Edwards AFB Rocket Lab facility, reviews AFRL’s test stand for One Newton Thrusters. The Chemical Propulsion Flight Programs Group has successfully completed the Advanced Spacecraft Energetic Non-toxic Propellant (ASCENT) monopropellant 1 Newton (1N) thruster testing in the Chemical in-Space Thruster Test and Research Site test facility. (U.S. Air Force photo/Josh McClanahan)
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