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Transcript of Star Wars
Fuel and Energy
Our goal is to learn which fuel would
work best to get our rockets to the Moon and Mars. Also we will research the all the energies seen in rockets. (Kinetic, mechanical, etc.)
"Basics of Space Flight: Rocket Propellants." Basics of Space Flight: Rocket Propellants. N.p., n.d. Web. 01 Apr. 2015.
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Propellents are made up of a fuel and an oxidizer. When the fuel is burned with oxygen it creates propultion for the rocket. the most common fuel is made of many basesnd when contact with acid it blows up. a way to remember this is "acid base blow up in your face".
We have thought of using solar panels so that the astronauts can make and use power. with this power we could use it for our daily lifes and even for other projects in the future so we can get to our goal faster and easyly achive it.
What is a Propellent? A propellent
is a chemical that is burned to thrust
rockets . if we could get alhold of the right chimecals we could go faster then before wioth a diamond plated engine.with this it would greatly reduce the time it gets to mars.
The Astronaut needs are rocket fuel that is sustainable for the whole trip to the moon and then to mars, we can use solar panels to power the rocket engine.
We are spending $18,111,586
alltogether with the chemicals to
power plants, our storage needs
and most importantly our
The area is 544 square feet. The area of the floor is crouded mostly by the fuel tanks needed to keep the rocket going. Also we had to limit the space that our objects used so we compacted the pipes as much as we could to save space and time.
In conclusion our group
has figured out a couple of
ways our groups could find a sustainable fuel and learn which energies are found in rocket flights.