Definition of Rocket fuel
1. Noun. An explosive charge that propels a rocket.
Generic synonyms: Burster, Bursting Charge, Charge, Explosive Charge, Propellant, Propellent
Terms within: Hydrazine
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Literary usage of Rocket fuel
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1. Gulf War And Health by Carolyn Fulco, Institute of Medicine (2005)
"Although Iraq had apparently experimented with UDMH as a rocket fuel, it is more likely that kerosene was the rocket fuel used during the Gulf War (DOD ..."
2. The Problem of Space Travel: The Rocket Motor by Hermann Noordung, Ernest Stuhlinger, J. D. Hunley, Jennifer Garland (1995)
"... rocket fuel could be obtained, which may perhaps be overall the best possible in accordance with ..."
3. Biographical Memoirs by National Academy Of Sciences, National Academy of Sciences Staff, Caroline K. McEuen (1980)
"He designed what was possibly the first successful extrusion press for solid rocket fuel, and his work became incorporated into basic rocket technology. ..."
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