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Walton 1 Alexis-Ann Walton Fuller Physics 15 November 2016 Lab Report: Water Bottle Rocket Description of Rocket: The rocket built was made out of a 2-liter soda bottle. The rocket had cone extension on the bottom of the 2-liter water. The paper cone had a layer of duct tape on top to make it stronger than the paper. It was made in order to redirect the air resistance so it allowed the bottle to slide through the air. There were four wings attached to the top part of the bottle, they were all located on opposite sides from each other. The wings were made out of cardboard and it also had a layer of duct tape on it. The wing shape had a ninety-degree edge. On the opposite end of the right angle there was a curve which allowed it to slice through the air. There was duct tape between each wind to make them sturdier against the air. Unfortunately the nozzle of my rocket was too small so I used someone else's data. The rocket design looked similar to the diagram below:
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Walton 1 Data: Diagram of flight path:
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