This Is Rocket Science contains 70 exciting and hands-on activities designed to help children understand how a rocket is able to blast off into space, how astronauts cope with some of the difficulties of living in space and also takes you on a tour of the solar system learning about the incredible distances involved and features of each planet.
When students have the tools, then they can attack a problem--that's what engineers do! Which is why one time when we shot the rocket it flew at an angle.
How will the wind affect the rocket after it is launched? Third law- For every action there is always an opposite and equal reaction. The aim of this experimental report is to investigate and evaluate the effects differing water levels, and air pressure within a bottle rocket has on its flight time and peak height.
These supplementary classroom materials have been developed for use with students in grades andas well as lifelong learners.
Materials need for your Rocket Investigation Empty Squeezy water bottles with a sports cap. Second law- Force is equal to mass times acceleration.
Why can't I just use pressurized air?