Transcript: Rocket History The first true rocket was created by the Chinese in 1232 Newtons phyical laws of motion were understood in the 17th century (1686.) The laws explained why the rockets worked on earth and in space. In the mid 18 hundrends the wooden bird design was re-discovered and placed on the rocket for accuracy and control in flight. In 1898 a Russian school teacher proposed the idea of space exploration by rocket. He wrote a report in 1903 suggesting the use of liquid prepellents for rocket. In 1926 Goddard launched the first liquid-powered rocket. In 1937 the Germans made the V-2 rocket. This rocket could fly high enough to enter space. In 1957 the Soviet Union launched the first successful entry into space. In 1958 NASA was created Laws of Motion Every object in motion stays in motion unless acted on by a force. Fnet=ma Every action has an equal and opposite reaction mass thrust Fnet= Fa+Fg
Transcript: Planet The color of our planet is Our planet is Rings by Location to the sun Color Length of orbit Our planet has moons. Our planet has rings. Our planet's orbit is long. Interesting Facts: Moons Our planet is from the sun. Solid/Gas Our planet
Transcript: The car is moving until the wall stops it Works Cited Newton's 3rd Law of Motion My Rocket Brett Godsey Newtons 1st Law A force is a push or a pull that acts upon an object as a results of its interaction with another object. ... These two forces are called action and reaction forces and are the subject of Newton's third law of motion. Formally stated, Newton's third law is: For every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction. Law 1: The rocket takes off and is stop by gravity and air resistance Law 3: The rocket moves because air pressure is pushing it through the air The air pushes around the rocket and when the pressure is released it pushes the water acting as a fuel and the rocket takes off. How it takes off Newton's second law of motion can be formally stated as follows: The acceleration of an object as produced by a net force is directly proportional to the magnitude of the net force, in the same direction as the net force, and inversely proportional to the mass of the object. F= M(A) Newton's 2nd Law of Motion How the Rocket compares to Law 1 and 3 Rocket Rubric An object in motion will stay in motion unless another opposite force interacts with it Google hyperphysics.phy-astr.gsu.edu/hbase/Newt.html My Workbook My Mind
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Transcript: Rocket B Fins and Nose Cone Rocket A Fins and Nose Cone For rocket A, we used a 2-liter nose cone template made of card stock. We used three fins made of foam board. Each one was a right triangle with one side equaling three inches, another equaling 21/2 inches, and the hypotenuse equaling 4 inches. Skylar Huddleston, Anna Cannon, Corey Hawkins, Alex Smith, Colton Johnson, and Matt Wells Rocket A The Group Rocket B Corey is working on rocket B with the streamers. For rocket B, we used a similar 2-liter nose cone template made of card stock. We used four fins made of foam board. Each one was a right triangle with one side equaling 2 inches, another equaling 2 inches, and the hypotenuse equaling 3 inches. Summary For this harbor project, we had to build two rockets. These rockets would differentiate in the fact that rocket A would have 3 fins and a parachute as the recovery device, where as rocket B needed to have 4 fins and streamers as the recovery device. We had to make sure both recovery devices were securely attached. We also had to make sure the fins were correctly placed on the rocket and they needed to be placed equal distance to each other. Alternate Approaches Alex constructed rocket A with the the parachute. Anna and Colton drawing the rough copy and planning the summary. The three different approaches we could have tried are putting bigger fins on Rocket B, finding a better way to attach the fins, and making a shorter formula to find center of pressure and center of gravity of both rockets. Matthew and Skylar working on the PowerPoint and summary. Aerospace Rocketry Final Product
Transcript: What is a rocket? Rockets! Fun Facts Sputnik 1, the world’s first satellite, was launched by a Soviet rocket on 4 October 1957 The first rockets we know about were used in China in the 1200s, they were used for fireworks. In 1969, the United States launched the first men to land on the moon using a Saturn V rocket Group 1 A toy rocket launched from a 5.6m high platform in such a way that it's height. h(in meters) after t seconds is given by the equation h(t)=4.9t2 + 38t + 5,6 a) how long will it take the rocket to hit the ground? Zero b) after how many sec will the rocket be 7 minutes in the air? -7.7 Our rocket Rocket Paper Time- 2.20 Computer Paper Time- 2.45 Rockets work by Newton's third law of motion. English scientist Sir Isaac Newton listed three Laws of Motion. For every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction. The rocket pushes on its exhaust. The exhaust pushes the rocket, too. The rocket pushes the exhaust backward. The exhaust makes the rocket move forward. Rockets burn fuel. Most rocket engines turn the fuel into hot gas. The engine pushes the gas out its back. The gas makes the rocket move forward. Some rockets use liquid fuel and some use solid fuel. problem solving Rocket Paper Time- 2.03 Computer Paper Time- 2.25 How does a Rocket work? How does a rocket engine work? Group 2 A Rocket is a missile that obtains thrust from a rocket engine. A rocket is most likely used as a firework or signal.
Transcript: 10/24/17 Tools to Help a Presentatoin Emily Sorenson 1. Slide Rocket Platform Helps create and manage presenations Works with videos and audio charts and pictures 1. Slide Rocket SlideRocket SlideRocket Situations for SlideRocket Appropriate for: Business meetings and disscusions Powerpoint in school Teacher's powerpoint lesson 2. Vuvox 2. Vuvox Use: Tool Offers 3 main features: 1) Collage 2) Stuido 3) Express -Creates documentary-stlye Slide Shows -Requires use of risch media elements Situations Vuvox Social Media posts College Report Music Classes 3. Oomfo 3. Oomfo -Helps design interactive charts -Allows you to connect your chart data from your Cloud application or multiple Excel files. - Can start by choosing a chart template from its gallery and it only supports Microsoft Office 2003 and above. Tool Picture: Oomfo
Transcript: Year End Stars of Knowledge Perseverance Summer Program Math Awards Way to Go! Rocket Reading Club Welcome Rockets Kids of Character IXL Rocket Time Attendance Awards Rosland Rockets have the power to win. Rosland Rockets have the power within. We are safe and respectful,we’re responsible too! Rosland Rockets have the power to win! Rosland Rockets are soaring to success, Rosland Rockets are soaring to success! We are safe and respectful,we’re responsible too! Rosland Rockets are soaring to success!BLAST OFF! Safe, Respectful & Responsible Pledge of Allegiance
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