"Empty the reactant fuel tanks of all but enough for us to raise ship and touch down over to the fairgrounds," said Strong.
No matter what distance or reactant I assume, nothing we know will fit.
"She's been stripped of her reactant pile, Major," said Strong.
"reactant feeding at D-9 rate," said Barret after a split-second pause.
What kind of reactant is Quent Miles using in that ship of yours?
At a D-9 rate the reactant is hot enough to create power for normal flight.
Four hours later Loring and Mason came out of the reactant chamber carrying a small lead box.
I don't know who's going to be first, but I can't even strip my ship by tomorrow morning, let alone soup up the reactant.
If you return here with less than a quarter supply of reactant fuel, you will be disqualified.
And far below on the power deck, Astro began to feed the reactant energy into the firing chambers.
reactant re·ac·tant (rē-āk'tənt)
A substance participating in a chemical reaction, especially a directly reacting substance present at the start of the reaction.