A even easier wooden match rocket.I'll admit it doesn't always work, most of the time it will just fire a hot piece of tin-foil and sometimes it won't even take off but i never said it was perfect.
And as always people this instructable involves fire, fire hurts,you have been warned.
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Step 1: What You'll Need
This is what is needed;
tin foil(or alluminuim for all you americans out there)
scissors(not needed but they do come in handy)
needles or pins
Step 2: What You Actually Have to Do
Cut out a rectangle of foil (that's what the sissors were for)and it has to be about 2 thirds as wide as the match but it doesn't have to be perfect, rap the match up and try to get most of the foil at the top in a ball.And twist the bottom of the foil around the match as shown.
Then slide the pin/needle up from the bottom of the foil to the tip if the match,trying not to rip the foil.
Step 3: End
Put a flame to the head of the match,it may take a while to light through the foil.
Then make millions and millions of them. =]