The United States stopped developing the cheapest rocket in the world AllNews

After another failed launch of Rocket 3.3 in June, the company decided to end the project. Rocket 3.3 in its class was supposed to be the cheapest rocket in the world, but due to failures, the company decided to abandon the project and focus on the development of the next generation – Rocket 4.

According to Astra’s plans, the new rocket will be able to deliver up to 300 kg of cargo to low Earth orbit and up to 200 kg to sun-synchronous orbit at a cost of $3.95 million. Rocket 3.3 was supposed to deliver up to 150 kg of cargo to orbit, the launch cost was $2.5 million.

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