A reusable rocket launching system, having returned from the first and second stages
Launching spacecraft - not cheap. Therefore, producers are doubly frustrating when their products are, we can say, "disposable articles" for launching or takeoff. After that aids burn up in the upper atmosphere, turn into debris or fall to the bottom of the ocean. But developments in the field of "reusable" products is also underway, and recently Australian scientists presented the project of reusable system launch missiles returned by the first and second stages. For the development of responsible scientists from the University of Queensland, led by Professor Michael Smart. Their system is called «Spartan» ( «Spartan"), and it can significantly reduce the cost of space travel.