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A rocket that will prey on the clouds, this slick blue bird soars over 1100 feet! No finishing or assembly is required for the Sky Hawker as he comes ready t...


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ELKFILMZ: Shooting more Estes rockets with my pop, but now in N.J.1st. Rocket: Estes Swift 220 mosquito 2nd. Estes Star trooper mosquito3rd. Estes Amazon wit...
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Question model rocket?
ok, ever since i went to the Kennedy Space Center, i've wanted to learn all i can about rockets. i really want to build a model rocket, really like the one in October Sky. i googled but couldn't find ne thing. so if u could help me like instructions or a link to instructions that would help me a lot.

Best Answer I found all kinds of instructions and videos for building a model rocket....here are just a few: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xXMSRjVANAU http://www.nar.org/NARTS/ http://www.dars.org/jimz/rp00.htm http://www.dars.org/jimz/rp00.htm maybe one of the above sites will help you to get started. You are going to need to do lots and lots of reading.
Question Need help launching live mouse into the sky using model rocket.?
My friend and I are going to launch a live mouse about 1500 feet into the air using a model rocket. Mouse will be strapped into a parachute and will not be injured. Looking for help on anestisizing mouse for pre launch setup. Any other suggestions appreciated.

Best Answer Other responders apparently don't realize that people have been doing this for years without ill effects on the mouse. I have done this very experiment myself (years ago). We did not anesthetize the mouse. He seemed a little nervous when he returned to earth, but was otherwise unharmed. I think the most stressful part would be the excessive g-force during launch; however, it's a fact that small creatures can tolerate large g-forces much better than large creatures like human beings (this is a fact of physics that has to do with the larger surface-area-to-volume ratio of smaller critters. This is why, for example, a mouse can fall off the roof of a house without being hurt; whereas if YOU fell off, you would break your leg). My thinking is that you might do more harm just by trying to administer the anesthetic. However, I am not a veterinarian, so you should probably not take my word for it. All I can say is that when my own mouse made his first rocket flight (without anesthetic), he did not seem to suffer any ill effects.
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Blasting off at the Blue Ridge School - The Daily Progress

Blasting off at the Blue Ridge School
The Daily Progress
It was a beautiful Saturday, April 5, in Dyke — not a cloud in the sky, which was good, since many looked upward at rockets soaring through the blue. The Blue Ridge School held annual its model rocket launch on campus for students, faculty, and family ...

Merrimack Boy Scout Troop 401 thanks all - cabinet.com/cp/merrimackjournal

Merrimack Boy Scout Troop 401 thanks all
cabinet.com/cp/merrimackjournal
Along with regular campouts and hikes, they also participate in a three-day bike trip to Cape Cod , a four-day canoe trip to Lake Umbagog, rocket building and a trip to NYC and the USS Intrepid. ... Clipper Carney, Interstate Battery, Spartan Pizza ...

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Chicago Kite Store Still Flying High After Nearly a Quarter Century - DNAinfo

Chicago Kite Store Still Flying High After Nearly a Quarter Century
DNAinfo
The store, which sells all sorts of sky-high toys, has been located at the former North Pier Downtown, suburban Oak Park and, for the last seven-plus years, at 5445 N. Harlem Ave. in Norwood Park. "As a kid, I think I flew a kite once or twice," said ...

World trade dominated by "broker" countries, according to research - Imperial College London

World trade dominated by "broker" countries, according to research
Imperial College London
Using our model, we can clearly see that Germany is the winner when it comes to trade as it is at the centre of a vast network in Europe, which is making it powerful and very rich. – Dr Nataša Prulj. Department of Computing at Imperial. Their analysis ...

Space entrepreneur seeks end to spy satellite launch monopoly - Los Angeles Times

Space entrepreneur seeks end to spy satellite launch monopoly
Los Angeles Times
As it stands, the Air Force buys United Launch Alliance rockets to launch school-bus sized satellites for spying, weather forecasting, communications, GPS and other experimental purposes. The government pays the company nearly $1 billion each year ...

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Mandatory Monday: NFL Cold Stove - Sports On Earth

Mandatory Monday: NFL Cold Stove
Sports On Earth
... recounts every moment of his travels through the neighborhood -- "Drew wasn't home so I rode to the park and played basketball with David then went to Jaiden's house and played Call of Duty until Reggie's dad took us to the 7-11" -- then neglects ...

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