NASA's Quest for Green Rocket Fuel Passes Big Test
For decades, NASA has relied on an efficient but highly toxic fuel known as hydrazine to power satellites and manned spacecraft .
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#1 Jul 16, 2013
Could we use water and compressed air like the toys rockets. Some of those had two stages and went real high. We'd just have to scale it up a bit.
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