Als o in that link: The Atlas 5, one of two rockets used primarily for U.S. military missions, is powered by another Energomash engine, the RD-180.
Moscow threatened to cut off exports of the RD-180 for U.S. military missions in response to U.S. trade sanctions spurred by Russia’s annexation of Ukraine’s Crimea peninsula. So far, however, business has continued uninterrupted, says United Launch Alliance, a Boeing and Lockheed Martin partnership that manufactures and flies the Atlas rocket.
Perhaps you might find it hard to swallow... that you're already eating/drinking recycled bodily wastes from dinosaurs and many other animals (including humans). (And there is no noticeable tang at all.)
Re: sigh - just use left handed sugar and be done with it
There are actually a few reasons why you can't just replace regular sugars with non-digestible isomers. The problem is that non-digestible sugars don't give you calories, but they're also *not* digestible -- so they act like laxatives. That's part of the reason why artificial sweeteners are usually hundreds of times as sweet as regular sugar -- so that they don't occupy so much volume in your digestive tract.