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These inadequacies became apparent in 2003 following two project failures in Russia that cost the CTR program almost $200 million, including the never used liquid rocket fuel disposition facility.
patents both for liquid rocket fuel and for a multi-stage rocket using solid fuel.
Information Resources' sales figures of 7,000 [pounds sterling] for Liquid Rocket Fuel for the year ending June 16, 2002, are for the multiples only.
Its potential as a high-energy liquid rocket fuel led to research at the rocket lab.
NDMA, a suspected carcinogen, is a by-product of liquid rocket fuel combustion and has been found as a by-product in the manufacture of rubber products and certain chemical intermediates.
A suspected carcinogen, NDMA is often associated with the use of liquid rocket fuel and the manufacture of rubber or certain chemical intermediates.
Its potential as a high-energy liquid rocket fuel led to research at Edwards' Rocket Propulsion Laboratory, the predecessor to Phillips.
Pentaborane was tested as high energy liquid rocket fuel at Phillips Laboratory, but the fuel never lived up to its potential.