For some of you, this might be old news. But I think it's worth discussing, if even for a little while.
Back in the early 2010s, a paper was published about the rocket motor named as the title of this thread. The magneto inertial rocket was powered by fusion, using lithium as propellant.
It works like this: fusion fuel (D/T, D/D, or D/He3) is turned into a blob of plasma in a field-reversed configuration, and injected into a chamber. Also injected into the chamber are metal foils,