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Let $R$ be a rocket which is propelled by backwards expulsion of the exhaust products of the burning of its internal fuel supply.
Let $R$ be fired straight up from the surface of a planet.
The burnout height of $R$ is the height attained by $R$ at the instant when its fuel has become exhausted.
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