Post the following for this week’s blog post
Blog Post 6: Fundamental Forces
- Read the article on gravitational waves – the final confirmation of Einstein’s theory of General Relativity – and the article on black holes. How is gravity distinct from the other fundamental forces of nature?
- Post an image of the motor thrust curve for the rocket motor you plan to use in your rocket. Explain why you went with this motor choice.
- Post an image of your final rocket prior to launch.
- Make sure you are continuing to put up your photos and video for the short movie you are making
Check this video for information on how to DIY a parachute.
Please see the list of the class jobs in the attached link. We are all responsible for making the class work. Thank you for taking on this additional responsibility.
See this instructable or this YouTube video for ideas on how to make a rocket tube.
For Blog Post 5: Kit Rockets, please answer the following questions
- A link to your media folder for your group
- Problem Set 2: Stoichiometry
- Given the challenges of sending humans to Mars, is it a valuable use of resources? Why or why not? (Video Text 1: Space X on Mars, Supplemental Text)
- Nature of Matter Text: Write a short paragraph. What strikes you about the text? Why is it significant? What questions does it raise for you?
- Reflection: Write about what you have specifically contributed to your group’s work this week. What is going well with your partnerships? What is challenging? What do you hope to improve on over the final week or two of this project?
Amateur Rocketry is the practice of scratch building all components of the rocket, including the motor. Please read the project sheet below on the next phase of our semester studying Spaceship Earth.
Rocket Project Sheet