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  • How can I get a decent mass-ratio with a step rocket?

    The Past Through Tomorrow

  • You would still have a terrible mass-ratio because of the shielding and I'm betting you couldn't convert one percent into thrust.

    The Past Through Tomorrow

  • Auxiliary tanks for single-H were fitted around the Stone's middle, giving her a fat and sloppy appearance, but greatly improving her mass-ratio for the ordeal.

    The Rolling Stones

  • With contragravity, of course, terms like "escape-velocity" and "mass-ratio" were of purely antiquarian interest.

    Uller Uprising

  • Suppose we make it a chemical fuel and a moon rocket and assume a mass-ratio of twenfy to one.

    Rocket Ship Galileo

  • If you had a decent way to use atomic power, you might be able to hold your mass-ratio down to, let's say, one-to-one.

    Rocket Ship Galileo

  • "It enables you to omit the first step-rocket stage, which is bigger than all the others put together and is terribly inefficient, as it has such a poor mass-ratio.

    The Past Through Tomorrow

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