Monopropellant Rocket

A monopropellant rocket (or "monoprop rocket") is a rocket that uses a single chemical as its propellant.

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Monopropellant Rocket - New Developments
... NASA is developing a new monopropellant propulsion system for small, cost-driven spacecraft with delta-v requirements in the range of 10-150 m/sec ... is based on a hydroxylammonium nitrate (HAN)/water/fuel monopropellant blend which is extremely dense, environmentally benign, and promises good performance and simplicity ... has 6% higher specific impulse and 30% higher impulse density than hydrazine monopropellant, which is highly toxic and carcinogenic ...

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