In session 1 I Explored the historical events and the development of rockets as well as learning newtons laws of motion and learning how a rocket achieves flight.
In sesion2 we designed our wings and learned about rocket science in 1900's. I also learned about the various categories of rockets.We also examined the forces of flight, which include weight, thrust, and drag.
In session 3 I cut out my wings and colored them to be ready for the rocket. I learned the various categories of rockets, and progress rocket science had on early 1900's.
I learned about the role Wernher Von Braun played in advancement of rocket science.I also learned about different factors that affect the stability of rockets in flight, prepared bottle rocket for fins, and glued the air tube onto the rocket.
In session 5 I glued the wings on to the rocket and finished gluing the bottom brown pipe thing to the rocket. Also Learned about different types of rocket propulsion, total impulse, and worked with newtons second law.
In session 6 I cut out the transition cone, colored the transition cone, applied it to the rocket, learned about aerodynamic principles of the cone, and the effects of rocket ballast.
In session 7 I added the final parts to the rocket, learned the basic procedure for a safe launch, and learned the branch of mathematics used to calculate the apogee of a rocket.
JOBS IN ROCKET SCIENCE
One of the most common jobs in rocket science is Nasa, its one of the most known areas of rocket science. They do many things including dicovering new parts of space, building a rocket to get to other places in space, and finding new ways to make a rocket go faster and be lighter. They are some of the first to get man to the moon.
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