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I can't find the reason why rockets are able to produce so much thrust thenwhen compared to turbojets.

I do know that the rockets carry their own own supply of oxygen since there is no oxygen in space or the upper region of our atmosphere. And that the upper stages use hydrogen for longer range.

But given that RP-1 is kerosene basically. A highly refined form of kerosene that is used in jets but kerosene nevertheless. Is there something else that gives the first stage of the rocket it's unbelievable thrust or is it just all down to the RP-1 fuel?

I can't find the reason why rockets are able to produce so much thrust then compared to turbojets.

I do know that the rockets carry their own own supply of oxygen since there is no oxygen in space or the upper region of our atmosphere. And that the upper stages use hydrogen for longer range.

But given that RP-1 is kerosene basically. A highly refined form of kerosene that is used in jets but kerosene nevertheless. Is there something else that gives the first stage of the rocket it's unbelievable thrust or is it just all down to the RP-1 fuel?

I can't find the reason why rockets are able to produce so much thrust when compared to turbojets.

I do know that the rockets carry their own own supply of oxygen since there is no oxygen in space or the upper region of our atmosphere. And that the upper stages use hydrogen for longer range.

But given that RP-1 is kerosene basically. A highly refined form of kerosene that is used in jets but kerosene nevertheless. Is there something else that gives the first stage of the rocket it's unbelievable thrust or is it just all down to the RP-1 fuel?

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How do rocket engines produce more thrust than aircraft jet engines?

I can't find the reason why rockets are able to produce so much thrust whenthen compared to turbojets.

I do know that the rockets carry their own own supply of oxygen since there is no oxygen in space or the upper region of our atmosphere. And that the upper stages use hydrogen for longer range.

But given that RP-1 is kerosene basically. A highly refined form of kerosene that is used in jets but kerosene nevertheless. Is there something else that gives the first stage of the rocket it's unbelievable thrust or is it just all down to the RP-1 fuel?

How rocket engines produce more thrust than aircraft jet engines?

I can't find the reason why rockets are able to produce so much thrust when compared to turbojets.

I do know that the rockets carry their own own supply of oxygen since there is no oxygen in space or the upper region of our atmosphere. And that the upper stages use hydrogen for longer range.

But given that RP-1 is kerosene basically. A highly refined form of kerosene that is used in jets but kerosene nevertheless. Is there something else that gives the first stage of the rocket it's unbelievable thrust or is it just all down to the RP-1 fuel?

How do rocket engines produce more thrust than aircraft jet engines?

I can't find the reason why rockets are able to produce so much thrust then compared to turbojets.

I do know that the rockets carry their own own supply of oxygen since there is no oxygen in space or the upper region of our atmosphere. And that the upper stages use hydrogen for longer range.

But given that RP-1 is kerosene basically. A highly refined form of kerosene that is used in jets but kerosene nevertheless. Is there something else that gives the first stage of the rocket it's unbelievable thrust or is it just all down to the RP-1 fuel?

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