Propellant is the fuel for spaceship thrusters.
Propellant is usually contained in large, medium or small gas canisters.
These canisters are often placed inside a space ship, and bolted down to secure them.
Propellant tanks do not usually require regular maintenance.
They are placed in a ship, connected to the ship's thrusters with a pipe tool, and replaced when empty.
Most often the optimal propellant usage is achieved when the maximum thrust is at 70%.
The small, medium and large tanks hold 1.5, 5 and 12 million units of propellant respectively.
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Propellant canisters are also a part of:
|GasContainerStoredResource||Output field for amount of resource currently available.|
|GasContainerMaxResource||Output field for maximum amount of resource that can be stored.|
|IsOpenId||Input/output field for closing/opening connectors.|
|FlowId||Output field for resource amounts flowing through the network.|