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What goes up must come down This has been the focus of millions of people fascinated with overcoming this power we call gravity They do this with rockets Just like Gemini Mercury and Apollo hundreds of thousands of Americans engage in a weekenders activity model rocketry From 200 to 2000 feet low power rocketry is a hobby anyone can start on My search for information in the subject of rocketry took me to many different forms of media Newspapers magazines books interviews and last but certainly not least the all powerful and sometimes frustrating Internet The first place I started looking or should I say finding was the library Actually this is where I got my idea I saw a book on rocketry Then I went online The Internet was the focal point of my success You see besides WebPages I also found magazine articles newspaper clippings and even a TV transcript My interview was on the Internet and it worked out very well I got a lot of information using the Internet Rockets were invented in ancient china They used black powder gunpowder and bamboo tubes Though they were unpredictable and inefficient Nowadays they are as available as model cars You are able to buy them in virtually every state You have a variety of choices Estes Aerotech and Quest are all leading manufacturers in model rockets With so much variety its hard to find a reason not to get into the hobby I guess I should start out with telling you what a rocket is According to Webster a rocket is as follows rocket n 1 A projectile consisting of a cylinder filled with a combustible substance which when ignited produces gases that escape through a vent in the rear and drive their container forward by the principle of reaction Rockets are used as fireworks signals and weapons in WWII rocket bombs proved to be effective military weapons Sounds like a
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