This is one that you can do with whatever you want with it. I'm using it with a rocket that is still in development. It will take my brave Lego astronaut Hibito to the sky. I don't know what you'll do with it but one things for sure. If you like space travel you'll like this. You can slide the inside with ease so no need to take it apart. Best part its easy to make.
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Step 1: OUTER PART
nothing to complex. it's just a nose cone made of construction paper and duct tape. It is then glued to a small piece of a roll from a paper towel.
Step 2: INNER PARTS
Trace a circle of the roll to get the two circle pieces. Then get another piece of board and make some kind of rectangular thing and attach the two circles to it. Glue a Lego chair or not and on the other end glue a bottle cap so it is easier to pull out the inside.
Step 3: SLIDE IT IN
Make sure that the end with the cap is out.
Step 4: SELECTION(OPTIONAL)
This of course is optional. Choose the astronaut you want to go in and set him on the chair.
Step 5: DONE
Now that your payload/astronaut is set slide the inside well inside and your set. You can play with it or make a paper towel rocket and launch it.