101 Outer Space Projects for the Evil Genius by Dave Prochnow

By Dave Prochnow

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Cut a small slit in the 41 Project 15. Put Your Own Eye in the Sky Figure 15–6 Attach the shock cord to the motor mount block. Project 15. Put Your Own Eye in the Sky Figure 15–9 Apply some glue inside the motor mount on the end with the slit. Figure 15–10 Slip the motor mount block into the glued end. Figure 15–11 Measure the motor mount installation depth. 42 Slightly bend the motor Figure 15–13 retaining clip. Loosely install the motor Figure 15–14 Apply some glue inside one end of the main rocket body tube.

Figure 4–6 Here’s a great setup for measuring speed and altitude. 11 Project 4. How to Determine Speed Figure 4–5 Tiny, fast-moving targets like model rockets can be difficult to measure. Project 5. How to Determine Acceleration Project 5. How to Determine Acceleration What You Need: • Calculator • An accurate altitude reading (see Project 3) • An accurate velocity reading (see Project 4) Figure 5–1 A couple of ways to calculate acceleration and the effect of gravity on a moving object. 12 Project 6.

How to Get Found When You’re Lost Project 8. How to Know the Lat/Long of It Project 8. com Figure 8–1 A United States Geological Survey (USGS) Digital Raster Graphic map of the same area in Figure 64 in Project 6. 16 Project 8. How to Know the Lat/Long of It Figure 8–2 A TopoZone USGS topographic map of the same area in Figure 6-4 in Project 6. Figure 8–3 A printed USGS topographic map from TopoZone of this same area near Hattiesburg, Mississippi. 17 Project 8. How to Know the Lat/Long of It Figure 8–4 Not all maps are created equal.

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