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|Provides thrust and/or rotation|
|Fits small ship|
|Mass:||Small Thruster:334 kg |
Large Thruster:1,222 kg
|Power:||Small Thruster: -170 kW|
Large Thruster Active: -800 kW MW
|Fits large ship and station|
|Mass:||Small Thruster:1,420 kg|
Large Thruster:6,940 kg
|Power:||Small_Thruster Active: -1.7 MW|
Large Thruster Active: -10 MW
|Data Controls:|| [purge] (?)|
Force is expended in the supply of Ice and complexity. Because Hydrogen Thrusters need to be supplied and connected to a source of hydrogen through Conveyors, Oxygen Generators, Oxygen Tanks, and Hydrogen Tanks; the complexity they add to a ship may diminish the returns. However, the strong Force of the Thrusters makes up for their complexity and high maintenance.
Hydrogen is the most abundant element in the Universe, having only a single proton in its nucleus. It is found stars, and most gas giants. It is also extremely flammable. So much so that dirigible airships quickly and aptly swapped hydrogen gas for helium gas so as not to have a Hindenburg size explosion.
|Large Steel Tube||8||—||2||—|
|Large Hydrogen Thrusters|
|Large Steel Tube||40||—||10||—|