Definition of Nuclear-thermoelectric rocket

1. Noun. (space science) a rocket with a thermal ion engine, whereby the ions are ionized by electricity from a nuclear reactor, and the fluid that is the source of the ions is heated by that nuclear reactor to increase specific impulse. ¹



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Nuclear-thermoelectric Rocket

nucle
nucleal
nuclear
nuclear-cytoplasmic ratio
nuclear-electric rocket
nuclear-electric rockets
nuclear-free
nuclear-free zone
nuclear-powered ship
nuclear-powered submarine
nuclear-pulse rocket
nuclear-pulse rockets
nuclear-thermal rocket
nuclear-thermal rockets
nuclear-thermoelectric rocket (current term)
nuclear-thermoelectric rockets
nuclear Overhauser effect
nuclear RNA
nuclear age
nuclear airburst
nuclear airbursts
nuclear aircraft
nuclear artillery
nuclear atom
nuclear bag
nuclear bag fibre
nuclear battery
nuclear binding energy
nuclear bomb

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