|Obsolete method of rocket engine fuel injection|
The process first involves one very large fuel tank, named the FAT tank, which is part of the powerful S1 engine that takes up most of main embodiment of the rocket. Next, the tank is fitted with the supplanted engine nozzle, a precision static regulatory device with sealant rubber o-rings and no moving parts that controls the thrust vector.
The NMP concept is prevalent throughout the USS Pioneer, again to control and maintain prevalent safety and reliability. Next, the massive tank is charged with potonic fuel modified hydroxil acid, made extremely potent, by the larger secondary tank which holds the initial fuel in liquid form. Potonic Hydroxil Acid PHA may cause blistering and suffocation so safety is required in the final fuel loaded mixed condition when achieving a charged rocket stage. Next, the secondary largest tank is pressurized and Potonic Hydroxil Acid is valve chambered into the rocket engine. Finally the pumps are activated and oxygen is pumped into the rocket's potonic fuel tank, thus reaching a predetermined level of nominal pressurization. Fueling safety on the launch pad is achieved by maintaining distance from the fuel tank.