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RS-27 is essentially a rebranded and uprated H-1 with a pair of additional vernier engines. The difference is comparable to that of NK-33 family of engines, which include NK-15 and AJ-62 (recertified NK-33 at 108% thrust with gimballing mechanism). And both the engines are no longer in production so the size of the new article will not grow significantly. PSR B1937+21 (talk) 00:04, 22 March 2016 (UTC)
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