Solid fuel rocket

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Solid fuel rocket [r]: A rocket motor that burns a nonmoving solid energy source, which chemically either combines fuel and oxidizer or is a monopropellant; simpler and more rugged than a liquid fuel rocket but generally not capable of as high a power level or fine control of thrust [e]

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