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Q & A: String-Bound Rockets

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Most recent answer: 10/22/2007
Q:
In my technology class we are suppose to make a rocket that can go on a string. How can i make it.
- Amanda (age 13)
winfield,ks,united states
A:
Amanda -

For a very simple rocket, try taping a straw onto the side of an untied but inflated balloon. Slip the straw onto a long string and let go of the balloon. Can you think of any other sorts of rockets that you could make and that could be held on a string the same way?

-Tamara

(published on 10/22/2007)

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