FOR PRESIDENT 2020!
- Dec 24, 2018
- Phoenix, AZ, USA
It could be...This isn't rocket science... *cough*
tl:dr --- PROPELLANTSAnother substance mentioned for use as a propellant in the nuclear rocket is ammonia. While offering only about one-half the specific impulse of hydrogen for the same reactor temperature as a consequence of its greater molecular weight, it is a liquid at reasonable temperatures and is easily handled. Its density is also much greater than hydrogen, being about the same as that of gasoline.