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Since there is no air in space, the spacecraft must bring an 'oxidizer' with it into space. That oxidizer mixes with the fuel, providing the oxygen needed for it to burn, and it burns..
The rocket carries its own supply of oxygen with which to burn the fuel.
You might think a flare would not burn in a vacuum, however, they will. The oxygen for the flare to burn is already chemically in the flare. And flare guns HAVE gone into space- as emergency equipment.
crash and burn
because there is no oxygen in space so fire can't burn the shuttle
yes u can burn paper towels you can use a lighter.
Burn the paper.
Paper clips will burn given a high enough temperature.
Wax paper can burn so it is best not to use it in the oven. A great alternative to wax paper is parchment paper. It will not burn in the oven.
YES...can burn paper, matches, and instantly pop balloons
Because it is paper
Actually, some acids do burn litmus paper. Hydrochloric acid, for example, can burn paper, but the litmus on litmus paper shields the paper from the acid. Sulfuric acid, however, has dehydration properties, and would suck the water right out from the paper, charring it instantly.
Tissue paper burns really fast
No they dont use paper in space.
Yes paper mache can burn.
the toilet paper will burn faster because it has small dense
Yes - at 451oF