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'''Intake air''' is a [[resource]] that fuels [[jet engine]]s. It is provided by [[Parts#Engine Bodies & Air Intakes|air intakes]] running in a suitable atmosphere and cannot be stored.
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'''Intake air''' is a [[resource]] that fuels [[jet engine]]s. It is provided by [[Parts#Engine Bodies & Air Intakes|air intakes]] running in a suitable atmosphere. Stock parts are unable to effectively store air; it will leak out of opened intakes, and closed ones hold too little (0.2 to 1.0 units) to be useful. "Fuel" tanks can be created that hold intake Intake Air, in which case it behaves much like [[LiquidFuel]] or [[Oxidizer]].
  
  
 
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Intake air is a resource that fuels jet engines. It is provided by air intakes running in a suitable atmosphere. Stock parts are unable to effectively store air; it will leak out of opened intakes, and closed ones hold too little (0.2 to 1.0 units) to be useful. "Fuel" tanks can be created that hold intake Intake Air, in which case it behaves much like LiquidFuel or Oxidizer.