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- By: Sarah, Colin, Hayley, Frankie
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- Jobs Designer-Sarah Procedure- Hayley Data- Colin Folder- Frankie
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- Scientific method Will our eggstrounaut survive? How long will our rocket stay in the air? How much water do we put in?
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- Materials Used Soda bottle Cotton balls Egg Construction paper
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- Building Procedure We built the rocket from a soda bottle. We made the cone from construction paper. We put cotton balls in the egg compartment with the egg. Then we put the fins on and launched the next day.
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- Launching Procedure We pumped the air in the rocket. On the water launch we added 8 oz. of water. We put 80 PSI of air on both launches Then we pulled the string and it launched.
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- Prediction/Hypothesis We thought that our rocket will go up for about 3 seconds for the air launch and 4 seconds for the water and air launch. We thought the egg will survive both launches.
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- Calculation Graph
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- Comparison The water and air launch both had 80 psi of air. The launches both were mounted the same. We all used one bottle for both launches. Our groups egg died on both launches.
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- Conclusion On the air launch we put in water and on the air launch we put just air. The water launch stayed in the air longer than the air launch. Our eggstronaut did not survive both launches. We could have put more protection to make it survive.
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- The launch 10, 9, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1, BLAST OFF!!!!!!!!
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