Non-truncated toroidal aerospike nozzle



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Description Non-truncated toroidal aerospike nozzle used to propel a solid-fuel rocket to 26,000ft at NASA's Dryden Research centre in March 2004
Date March 2004(2004-03)
Source http://www.dfrc.nasa.gov/Gallery/Photo/Aerospike_Rocket/HTML/EC04-0113-146.html
Author Carla Thomas/NASA
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