Category:Inertial Upper Stage

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The Inertial Upper Stage (IUS) is a two-stage solid-fueled booster rocket developed by NASA and the U.S. Air Force for the launching of large payloads from either a Titan III (later Titan IV) rocket or from the payload bay of the Space Shuttle.

Inertial Upper Stage 
two-stage solid-fueled booster rocket developed by the U.S. Air Force
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