Thursday, July 22, 2010

Mini-make talks rocketry



"Did you know you could be a rocket scientist in just one day? Well, a hobby rocket scientist anyways! The field of hobby rocketry is huge, ranging from $5 mini starters to multi-thousand dollar custom made giants that can fly thousands and thousands of feet. Today we'll show you enough to get you up in the air and crashing in no time!"

Some guidance would be good. For example, gluing the motor in the rocket is a waste of a good rocket. And also it should be stated that fins must always go at the rear of the rocket and must number 3 or more, and must be large enough to ensure stability.

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