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These instructions detail the steps involved in building a water bottle rocket. These rockets use pressurized air and water to fly hundreds of feet in the air, and ...
All of these materials can be found at your local department or office supply store. Materials for Construction • 1 liter plastic bottle • 2 manila file folders ...
Part A: Empty the 1 liter plastic bottle of its contents. You can do this by drinking the contents or emptying it out in a sink. Part B: ...
Either 1. Download the template below (Rocket_Template.pdf) and print it out. Or 1. Right click the "I" in the upper right hand corner and choose "Open in New ...
I you wish to decorate your fins and nose cone, be sure to do so after tracing them. Part A: Cut out the fins and nose cone templates ...
Part A: Crinkle the tip of the nose cone. Part B: Roll the nose cone and overlap the bottom edges. Part C: Slide the tip to completely cover ...
Be sure to tape the nose cone on the end of the bottle WITHOUT the cap. Part A: Place the nose cone over the end of the bottle ...
The fins will be 120 degrees apart and have an inch of separation between the two sides of each fin. Part A: Lay a fin out flat. Part ...
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