Nine Minutes of the worlds largest cappuccino machine.

Seriously, the RS-25 engine, formerly the Space Shuttle Main Engine, combines liquid hydrogen and liquid oxygen to produce thrust. And steam. Lots of steam. You could froth up a heck of a lot of milk with that.


2 thoughts on “Nine Minutes of the worlds largest cappuccino machine.”

  1. Nice. Hey, Roamy, do you know if NASA used batting on any engine besides the F-5?

    Looking at all the people watching the test, I have to wonder if they’re thinking “why isn’t that thing going somewhere!?”

  2. I was stationed at Stennis Space Center for 4 years. Lighting one of these puppies off sounds like thunder, but lasts for 5-10 minutes.

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