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  • Why Cant we Remake the Rocketdyne F1 Engine?


    When NASA was looking for a very large engine for the SLS boosters some of its engineers looked at resurrecting the Rocketdyne F-1 engines but what they found out might well surprise some people and just goes to show how things have moved on since the 1960's.

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  • Is SpaceXs Raptor engine the king of rocket engines?


    00:00 - Intro
    02:55 - Basic physics of rocket engines
    06:10 - Rocket engine cycles
    20:30 - Rocket fuel comparison
    30:40 - Raptor vs other rocket engines
    44:05 - Summary

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    SpaceX's new raptor engine is a methane fueled full flow staged combustion cycle engine and its so hard to develop, no engine like this has ever flown before!

    Now this topic can be really intimidating so in order to bring the Raptor engine into context, we’re going to do an overview of a few common types of rocket engine cycles then compare the Raptor to a few other common rocket engines, like SpaceX’s current work horse, the Merlin, The Space Shuttle’s RS-25, the RD-180, Blue Origin’s BE-4 and the F-1 engine.

    And if that’s not enough, not only is SpaceX using a crazy engine cycle, they’re also going to be using Liquid Methane as their fuel, again something that no orbital rocket has ever used! So we’ll also go over the unique characteristics of liquid methane as a rocket fuel and see if we can figure out why SpaceX went with Methane for the Raptor engine.

    We'll also break down and explain all the different engine cycle types so you know what the full flow staged combustion cycle is, how it works, and how it compares to the other cycles.

    So by the end of this video hopefully we’ll have the context to know why the raptor engine is special, how it compares to other rocket engines, why it’s using methane and hopefully find out if the Raptor engine will be the new king of rocket engines…


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  • Aerospike Engines - Why Arent We Using them Now?


    Over 50 years ago an engine was designed that overcame the inherent design inefficiencies of bell-shaped rocket nozzles, but despite much research in the 60's, 70's and 90's and was to power the replacement for the Space Shuttle. But 50 years on and it still yet to be flight tested. So why aren't we using Aerospike rocket engines?

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  • Musk revealed the insane Engineering Of SpaceX Raptor Engines!thats why Elon upgrades the Raptor


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    Elon Musk just revealed SpaceX is currently in a terrible Raptor crisis. However, it cannot deny that it's still the pinnacle of Rocket engines that no other can overcome.

    Wow, what makes them so good, and why are they called the King of rocket engines?

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    The Starship is nothing without its Raptor engines.
    The SpaceX Raptor is designed to supply its spacecraft with kinetic energy at a rate of 11 million horsepower – the equivalent of four Hoover Dams, generated by an engine weighing approximately 1.5 tonnes. By comparison, one of the most powerful sports cars ever made, the Bugatti Veyron, has an engine weighing 0.5 tonnes (one-third as much), but can only generate a meager 1,200 horsepower.

    Within a Raptor’s combustion chamber, methane and oxygen burn at temperatures hot enough to melt its walls (if it were not for regenerative cooling)2, at pressures exceeding those in SCUBA cylinders. The exhaust is expelled at over ten times the speed of sound. If you wonder why the wall does not melt, that's because of the clever way the flame is kept away from the walls by manipulating the flow of the gas. Super cold fuel is also pumped through the walls as additional security.

    So, what makes the raptor better than the other?
    The Raptor engine works like most rockets do, expelling gases fast enough to push the spacecraft forward. However, a lot of clever engineering makes the Raptor a mighty rocket.
    (SpaceX fuel)
    At its core, it’s like other engines, burning chemical fuel to produce thrust. But its use of liquid oxygen and methane – something largely unprecedented in the rocket industry – and its innovative design means that it just might be SpaceX’s ace in the hole when it comes to exploring the Solar System.
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  • Designing Rockets, Guns, Lasers and Nuclear Devices Using Physics


    This is my favourite part of the Children Of A Dead Earth, designing the modules uses well established physics to model the performance. The developer has created models for Rocket engines, guns, nuclear warheads, nuclear reactors, lasers, railguns and more. You can spend hours just tweaking the materials to get the exact module you need for your perfect space warship.

  • The Mighty J58 - The SR-71s Secret Powerhouse


    It's been called black magic: an engine that can push a plane from 0 to Mach 3.2 without breaking a sweat. Here's how it works.

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  • Watch Before They DELETE This! - Elon Musks URGENT WARNING


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  • Making a GIANT F-18 with a real JET TURBINE | Sailor VS | U.S. Navy


    We made an foam F-18 and put a real turbine engine in it. What could go wrong?
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  • The Most Reckless Pilots. Lowest Flights Youve Never Seen Before


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  • The Greatest Model Ever - Space Shuttle Endeavour in 1:144 Scale


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    The Space Shuttle Program was - arguably - the most sophisticated and complex engineering challenge in spaceflight history. A reusable spacecraft, capable of carrying 8 astronauts, that launched like a rocket and landed like an airplane was something never before - or since - attempted. Of 135 total launches, the Space Shuttle performed 133 successful missions, writing the stories of some of the most legendary moments in aviation history.

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  • How does a Refrigerator work ?


    Have you ever wondered how the refrigerators in your home work? Refrigerators, which have become an integral part of every household, work based on some simple and interesting scientific principles. Beginning with a basic refrigerator model, this video will elaborate on the operation of modern refrigerators, along with the secrets behind their high energy efficiency.

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  • TOP 10 Accidents In Metal Industry ✅


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    # 10 Slag Explosions
    Slag or metal waste is the waste material that remains after Ore-Purification. And that won't be used in the metal processing.
    Generally when metal impurities mix with water, for instance, a big explosion may occur.

    #9 Electric Arc Furnaces
    The electric arc furnaces have been substituting traditional furnaces in many steel plants worldwide.

    #8 Boiler Explosion
    Boilers are very important in the metal industry. They are defined as a closed pressure vessel where a fluid is heated by applying the resulting heat externally.

    #7 Fires
    One of the hazards to be considered in the metal industry is fire. Fire increases the possibilities for accidents to occur.

    #6 Moisture
    Water entry or just simple moisture in the boiler can produce bad results that could put at risk the worker’s live in the metal industry.

    #5 Slag Dumping
    We cannot consider the slag dumping as an accident, but the consequences of this action can be very negative. Slag or waste originate from ore smelting to purify metals.

    #4 Steel Casting ladle break
    Broadly speaking, the steel casting ladle is a tool used in the metal refining and casting. it is used to transport and pour the red hot metal. They are made of steel and have a refractory lining to withstand high temperatures.

    #3 Molten Metal Splashes
    One of the most common risks in metal smelting are the splashes of molten metal. It is in fact one of the points for risk prevention.

    #2 Eruptions in Metal Casting Centres
    A very risky event is the metal casting process. This process consists of pouring the smelted metal into a cast for it to become solid.

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    this kind of accident can be lethal for workers who are near. The temperature of this kind of molten metal loops is extremely high.


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  • Using RC Jet Engine to Clear Some Snow


    I had a crazy idea and thought maybe I can use my RC jet engine to clear the snow from in front of my garage that my neighbours have piled up shovelling, it was over 4 ft tall and about 4 ft thick.
    Needless to say you can watch the video and tell me what you think but for me there's better snow removal methods out there that's for sure.
    Are you used about 3 gallons of fuel for my run, definitely not a cost-effective way to remove Snow
    This engine is making about 70 lb of thrust and I ran jet a fuel.
    I did have an idea where I can mount this jet engine to my machine and drive around clearing snow, however I don't want to do that yet simply because I need this engine to stay in good condition for my upcoming episodes.

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  • The Most Efficient Rocket Engine - The RL10 Expander Cycle Engine


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  • What is reverse thrust? Explained by CAPTAIN JOE


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    Today´s question is another favorite of mine. What is reverse thrust and when do you use it?
    Okay, I´ll break it down for you to the absolute basics.
    Reverse thrust is used to slow down the aircraft on the runway after touchdown.
    There are three main components which slow down the airplane on the runway:
    Primary Braking with disc or carbon brakes similar to your car
    Secondary with reverse thrust
    Thrid with aerodynamical braking with the ground spoilers
    So we have two words in reverse thrust.
    “Reverse” cause the turbines output is being guided into the reverse direction and as you might not know we apply thrust in order to increase the braking action.
    So let´s look at this video to see what happens at touch-down.
    Here you can see engine number one of a Airbus A320. At touch-down these flaps open up, so called “reverser doors”. They act as guiding vanes in the mid section of the bypass-channel of the turbine and force the accelerated air of the fan to blow into the opposite direction.
    Now these reverser doors don´t open automatically at touch-down, no you lift up these little levers which will activate the hydraulic system to apply pressure to the actuator which then opens the reverser doors. Keeping the levers in this position only give you “Idle reverse”, but as soon as you move the levers to the aft position, the engine will spool up creating more thrust increasing the reverse output. The engines will increase thrust up to 70% which then resembles in “Full reverse thrust”. I know it´s odd to think that you would apply thrust again just after touch-down.
    You can definitely hear the difference between “Idle” and “full reverse thrust”, trust me :)
    Using the reversers significantly decrease the landing distance, varying between aircraft, weight and environmental factors. If you look at this great video of here, showing a Boeing 747 touching down and applying full reverse thrust you can clearly see how the water on the runway gets blown forwards.
    I actually experienced that myself landing on a snow covered runway, we applied full reverse thrust and you could literally see the snow blowing infront of the aircraft.

    So when do you use reverse thrust?

    Using “idle reverse” at touch-down is mandatory by many aircraft manufactures and airlines. First and far most to immediately decrease the aircrafts speed and to stabilize the aircrafts roll out plus to reduce brake usage.
    Landing on wet or snow contaminated runways using reverse thrust is absolutely vital to decelerate the aircraft and preventing it from skidding and keeping it in a straight line.
    Full reverse thrust is not permitted at some airports due to noise abendement procedures or at least restricted in between hours from here to then. Nevertheless pilots can use full reverse thrust when deemed necessary, but might have to state their decision in a report.
    Airplanes with wing mounted engines may only use full reverse thrust until slowing down to a specified speed, cause using the reverser below that speed could blow up loose gravel on the runway which could get sucked into the engine and damage the turbine. For example in an Airbus A320 you would have to reduce full reverse thrust to idle reverse at 70 knots, and retract the reverser at speeds below 40 knots.
    There are many different reverser types out there, but all work after the basic principle by forcing the air or even the exhaust into the opposite direction.

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  • NASA launch mission to the Sun part 2


    Watch live as NASA launches a new solar space probe that will travel closer to the Sun than any spacecraft in history. The Parker solar launch is taking place from the Kennedy Space Center in Florida.
    This is NASA's second attempt at launching the probe after yesterday's mission launch was scrubbed.

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    Dr. Michael Houts, Nuclear Research Manager for NASA MSFC and principal investigator for NASA's Nuclear Thermal Propulsion (NTP) Project. Theme 1: Advanced Exploration with NTP, The Power of Synergy Space Symposium, Oct. 23 - 25, 2018, Oak Ridge, TN at New Hope Center.

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  • NASA InSight: The Science and Engineering of a Mars Lander


    Original Air Date: Wednesday, Nov. 21, 2018

    PART 1: Engineering Briefing

    Prior to landing on the Red Planet NASA discusses the engineering that went into the InSight lander. Launched on May 5, InSight marks NASA's first Mars landing since the Curiosity rover in 2012. The landing will kick off a two-year mission in which InSight will become the first spacecraft to study Mars' deep interior. Its data also will help scientists understand the formation of all rocky worlds, including our own.

    InSight is being followed to Mars by two miniature NASA spacecraft, jointly called Mars Cube One (MarCO), the first deep-space mission for CubeSats. If MarCO makes its planned Mars flyby, it will attempt to relay data from InSight as it enters the planet's atmosphere and lands.

    InSight and MarCO flight controllers will monitor the spacecraft's entry, descent and landing from Mission Control at JPL.

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  • How Ignition Coils Work


    Conventional automobiles burn gasoline in an internal combustion engine and convert that energy into motion. But first a spark is needed to ignite the fuel mixture. This animation shows how a 12-volt battery generates the high voltage required to create such a discharge.

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  • NASA Parker Solar Probe launch scrubbed


    NASA scrubbed the Parker Solar Probe launch and will attempt to launch on Sunday morning.

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    George Pig is Peppa’s little brother. He is 18 months old and loves to play with his big sister, Peppa – even when she’s being bossy. George’s favourite thing is his toy dinosaur. He carries it everywhere with him. George can’t speak yet but can say one word very well: ‘Dine-saw!’
    Mummy Pig likes jumping up and down in muddy puddles almost as much as Peppa. She works from home on her computer and sometimes lets Peppa and George help, as long as they don’t bash the keyboard. She is better at map reading than Daddy Pig and is very wise about most things.
    Daddy Pig is very jolly and laughs all the time, especially when he plays with Peppa and George. Daddy Pig reads the paper and gets excited about trips in the car. He loves cookies and pumpkin pie and Peppa teases him about his big round tummy. Daddy Pig can be a tiny bit grumpy sometimes when he can’t remember where he put his glasses.

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  • Eighth Annual John Carlson Lecture -- Searching for Ancient Life on Mars


    00:00:03 — Introduction by Vikki Spruill, NEAQ
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    Presented by the Lorenz Center and Department of Earth, Atmospheric and Planetary Sciences at MIT, and the New England Aquarium | October 11, 2018 | 7PM EST | Simons IMAX Theater, NEAQ, Boston

  • VASIMR Debate/The VASIMR Hoax - Dr. Robert Zubrin - 14th International Mars Society Convention


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  • Insane Way A Man Survived 76 Days Lost At Sea & Other Incredible Survival True Stories


    How A Man survived 76 days at sea with sharks circling and other incredible and true survival stories

    00:00 Adrift At Sea For 76 Days With Sharks Circling
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  • Beating the OTHER Halo Games as a Pacifist?


    After doing the Halo Trilogy as a Pacifist can we also beat the other Halo Games as a Pacifist? Beating Halo Reach Pacifist, and ODST Pacifist, along with Halo 4 and Halo 5 Pacifist.

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  • May 17 SPIN TEST ONLY Lets watch SpaceX test Starship SN-4!


    Gene and Rachel from Spadre [@SouthPadreIsle] are right at the edge of the exclusion zone with one of my my slow motion cameras to catch SpaceX fuel up and test Starship SN-4!

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  • How a Former Rocket Scientist Makes the Best Copper Pots in America — Handmade


    Rocket scientist-turned-coppersmith Jim Hamann’s devotion to cookware came from a beautiful vintage pot he found on a trip to France. After starting a business restoring copper pots and pans for others, he decided to begin handcrafting his own, honoring the methods and quality of the centuries-old tradition at his company Duparquet Copper Cookware. Read Hamann's tips for copper pot care:

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  • Why SpaceX Built the Insane Raptor Engine


    SpaceX is known for building insane technology and they've done it again with the Raptor Engine! The SpaceX Raptor engine design represents the culmination of rocket engine technology. The Raptor is truly one-of-a-kind.

    The Raptor engine is a closed-cycle full flow staged combustion engine, the hardest type of rocket engine to create. The innovative engineering at SpaceX allows this engine to reach world-class efficiency, reusability, and raw power.

    SpaceX will use the Raptor Engine to go to Mars one day. Potentially flying up to 1000 times, the Raptor Engine creates more thrust with less fuel. Furthermore, using methane as fuel takes advantage of abundant resources on Earth and its ability to be produced on Mars.

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  • Aircraft Propulsion & Jet Engines | With Vinod Datuslia | 6 Years exp. at G.E. | Spacecast Ep. 8


    Vinod Sir is Master's in Aerospace Engineering from IISc Bangalore, post to which he has 6 years of experience as an engineer working at G.E. Here he shares his experience and knowledge in the field of Aerospace Engineering. Construction, working, and materials used in aircraft and its propulsion.
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    5. Creep Phenomenon and Super Alloys? 29:45
    6. Applications of Carbon Fibers in Aircrafts 40:58
    7. Where are steel used in Aircrafts 44:20
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    This week we bring on Dave Distler to talk about the EMDrive once more. REMEMBER: DAVE IS A TRAINED PROFESSIONAL -- DO NOT ATTEMPT TO BUILD YOUR OWN EMDRIVE AT HOME!

    Dave advanced through three high-tech RF & Microwave manufacturing companies in 35 years. He started out as a technician, then Quality Control, Sales and Applications Engineering, to Sale and Marketing Manager and finally to Product Line Manager. He has traveled worldwide extensively and met with high level Engineers designing and testing transmission and receive systems for Military, Aerospace, Space and Commercial systems. He holds an Extra Class Amateur Radio License and has built and designed a variety of high power RF Systems. Today, he is semi-retired and enjoys returning to his roots in electronics with designing, building and testing what he at first considered an implausible Electromagnetic Propulsion device.

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  • Pioneer Venus Design-isode Part 2! - KSP/RP-1 - Next Small Step Episode 39


    All design, all the time! I continue walking through my process for building a spacecraft (and a new booster!) for a complicated mission. Will the dang thing work? Who knows! The fun is in building it, right?

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  • Interview: Rocket Maker Derek Deville and the NASA Rocket that Melted His GoPro!


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    Deville set up his GoPro just 25 feet away from the rocket and it melted during the test! But the memory card survived and had some awesome footage on it.

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  • Episode 7: How to Draw Artemis! -- The Crawler Transporter


    Draw the NASA's massive Crawler Transporter ! This week we welcome back featured artist Ed Heck! Plus, learn all about this amazing machine with NASA guest Daniel Zapata, the Crawler Transporter Engineer.

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  • Robert B Laughlin The Brayton Battery


    The Stanford Department of Physics invites you to a
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    Speaker: Robert B. Laughlin

    Anne T. and Robert M. Bass Professor in the School of Humanities and Sciences

    Thursday, November 29, 2018 at 4:30 p.m.

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  • WESTEC 2017 Luncheon: Prepare for Launch: The Technology and Skills for Today’s Space Industry


    AMP SoCal, led by the USC Center for Economic Development, teamed up with Tooling U-SME to offer an aerospace luncheon at WESTEC 2017.

    The space industry is harnessing a new generation of innovators to fuel its meteoric rise to the cosmos. But how do top companies find the tools and talent to soar? Our star panel will discuss the technologies and opportunities allowing mankind to fly higher, reach farther, and travel faster – including what it takes for manufacturers to find people with the right skills to get us there.

    Robert M. Atkins, Lt Col, USAF Chief EELV Mission Management Branch, LA AFB
    George Bugg, Aircraft Program Manager, Stratolaunch
    Shane Fleming, Vice President of Operations, Rocket Lab
    Dion Jackson, Program Director – AMP SoCal, USC Center for Economic Development

  • Maus Werx Model Rocket Build of the Estes Sasha pt.7


    Tutorial on building the Estes model rocket kit the Sasha.
    Hoe to build step by step for adult model rocket builders.

  • KSP | Kolonization Project Ep. 12: Improvements to a Good Design


    The title is talking about the new space shuttle variant
    In this episode, we rescue a Kerbal with the Endurance, rescue a Kerbal with a Starship, launch a Duna probe to wait in orbit, launch Explorer (again), and return Pathfinder home.



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    Starship Rescue Mission: 3:24
    Phobos Duna Orbiter Launch: 11:26
    Explorer Flight 4: 12:36
    Pathfinder Return: 21:45

  • Kerbal Space Program Ep. 37 - Fission Five to the Mun



  • Pulser Plasma Engine Core: Recovering the Papp Engine


    Inventors Heinz Klostermann and Tamerlane Sanchez demonstrate their Pulser plasma engine core test unit, a design derived from Joseph Papp's Nobel gas engine, but now developed to run on air.

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  • Aerospace Medicine with Astronaut Michael Barratt


    NASA Astronaut and physician Dr. Michael Barratt was an expert advisor for the new Stranger Than Fiction exhibit.

    Barratt will share an in-depth exploration into the science and challenges around aerospace medicine. Dr. Barratt has flown to space twice and has played a role in developing NASA’s space medicine program for both the Shuttle-Mir Program and the International Space station.

  • ScIC Science Is Cool Virtual Unconference - Estes Rockets


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    Are you ready to rise to the challenge and teach from home? As the education community comes together and prepares to educate the nation’s youth from our laptops, Estes is here to help you make memorable learning experiences happen, even online ones. Join us to learn more about how you can implement model rocketry in your (virtual) classroom. We are excited to share our vision for science education with you and continue to deliver interdisciplinary education resources and tools that give you the skills and confidence necessary to elevate learning. Dive into Estes history and how we have shaped STEM education for over 60 years. We will share more about how model rocketry gives students the necessary skills to be competitive and relevant in the ever-changing job market. Attend our session and learn more about how you can get a free model rocket and attend a (virtual) building workshop to try for yourself!

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