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ULA's New Vulcan Rocket Launches Lunar Lander Without Helium

United Launch Alliance (ULA) launched its new Vulcan rocket, a successor to Delta IV and Atlas V, transporting the first commercial lunar lander. The Vulcan mission, which did not rely on helium for pressurisation systems, demonstrates advancements in rocket technology and sustainable propellants. Given the increased space activity, helium demand is expected to surge but ULA's efforts may reduce the dependence on helium for rocket launches.

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