The RS-68, which uses liquid hydrogen and liquid oxygen as propellants, is a derivative of the Space Transportation Main Engine Rocketdyne originally designed for the Air Forces National Launch System program.
What does STME stand for?
STME stands for Space Transportation Main Engine
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We have 2 other meanings of STME in our Acronym Attic
- Short-Term Memory Disease
- Space-Time Multiuser Detection (mobile communication)
- ST Mobile Display (Japan)
- Statistical Temperature Molecular Dyanmics
- Supervisory Training and Management Development
- Surat Tanda Melapor Diri (Indonesian: Letter of Self Report)
- Science and Technology Manpower Development Program (Muroran Institute of Technology)
- Science, Technology and Mathematics Education
- Simba Toys Middle East (est. 2002; various locations)
- Single-Throw Mechanical Equipment (engineering)
- Sympton-Tolerated Maximal Exercise (physiopathology)
- Structural/Thermal Model and Engineering Model
- Storm Evasion
- Save the Music Foundation
- School of Traditional Medieval Fencing (UK)
- SCSI (Small Computer System Interface) Target Mode Framework
- Simple Transportation Management Framework
- Single Tone Multi-Frequency
- South Tyneside Manufacturing Forum (UK)
- Space-Time Matched Filter
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P&W further refined this design during development testing of the company's combustion devices for the Space Transportation Main Engine in the former National Launch System program at NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center, Huntsville, Ala.