Water rocket

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Wa´ter rock´et

1.(Bot.) A cruciferous plant (Nasturtium sylvestre) with small yellow flowers.
2.A kind of firework to be discharged in the water.
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Students are to launch their water rockets made of 1.
Water Rocket competition was conducted among the school students to promote space awareness and create interest in aerospace, aeronautics and physics among youth through the science of water rockets during World Space Week.
During the Competition, the students were required to build two water rockets and launch them three times.
The range of activities that can interest children is wide, including water rockets, fruit batteries, wind-driven land yachts, and electric circuits.
is a thing of pomp and circumstance with TV anglers riding metal-flake water rockets through the crowd on their way to the scales.
Finally, there was 60-Second Science in Class 5 where they made flying objects, including paper planes, chemical and water rockets and balloon helicopters.
Aeromodelling events - Balsa glider, water rockets made all gaze the gliders gliding in the open sky.
Winners for the competition will be judged on the basis of the proximity of the launched water rockets to the target zone.
Other disposable materials such as 2-liter bottles for the water rockets were obtained from the local recycling center.
The student program topics included biodiversity, origami, local wisdom, water rockets, bio luminescence, atomic energy, fish robots and atomic energy.
Design, build, and launch solid fuel rockets, seltzer, and pop-bottle/ water rockets.
WORCESTER - There was no shortage of water as local students sent water rockets flying in the rain at Worcester Polytechnic Institute last Wednesday.