ALICE (propellant)

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ALICE is a rocket propellant which consists of nanoaluminium powder and water. After mixing, the material is frozen to keep it stable. Hence, the name ALICE, for ALuminium ICE rocket propellant.

The first-ever rocket powered with ALICE (NASA, August 2009)

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