- Dec 21, 2020 10:14 pm GMT
Hydrogen and oxygen are gaseous at room temperature, but gases take up lots of space. Turning them into liquids allows an equivalent amount to be stored in a smaller tank.
This requires the hydrogen fuel to be cooled to minus 253C (minus 423F) and the oxygen (the fuel's oxidiser) to minus 183C (minus 297F).
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