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New Molecule Could Create 30% More Efficient Rocket Fuel

A newly discovered molecule called trinitramid could be the key to a future rocket fuel that is 30 percent more efficient than current rocket fuel.

Scientists at Royal Institute of Technology in Sweden discovered this new molecule in the cheap quality viagra nitrogen oxide group -- only eight such compounds are known to include only nitrogen and canadian pharmacy scam oxygen -- while doing research on new rocket fuels.

The scientists realized that the new compound could be stable in solid form and, if so, could lead to get viagra fast rocket fuel that is 20 - 30 percent more efficient, could dramatically cut the greenhouse gas emissions from a shuttle launch and support a rocket with a much larger payload.  A typical rocket launch entails emissions equivalent to 550 tons of concentrated hydrochloric acid.

The research team has been able to produce enough of the compound in a test tube for it to be detectable, but more will have to be produced and more tests will have to be conducted before its deemed stable enough.

via Physorg

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written by Olivia, December 28, 2010
It sounds like this will be very good for the future of space exploration. Governments will be more likely to sponsor projects if they aren't so darn expensive.
Swedes are good with explosives
written by Simian, December 29, 2010
Remember Nobel who invented dynamite? He felt so remorseful about his invention that he created the Nobel Peace Prize.

This molecule has more applications in military killing and maiming technologies than space exploration.
For jet fuel too....
written by karthiq, December 29, 2010

I hope scientists discover new molecules which make jet fuel more efficient too :-)as it is used much more than ricket fuel.

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