How To Make “Screw-Lock” Sugar Rockets
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How To Make “Screw-Lock” Sugar Rockets

For this project I’m going to show you how to make “Screw-Lock” Sugar Rockets. These PVC rocket motors are powerful, and designed to help you re-load, and re-launch your “Randomizer” rocket within minutes. They’ve got a built in parachute ejection system, which will help bring your rockets back safely. And the best part is, you […]

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Why Are Airplanes Predominantly Painted White? | لماذا الطائرات لونها أبيض غالبا ؟
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Why Are Airplanes Predominantly Painted White? | لماذا الطائرات لونها أبيض غالبا ؟

#HaveYouWondered “Aeronautical Mash-up” Hello Everyone! Have you wondered, “why commercial airplanes are usually painted white”? Of course, not all airplanes are painted white For example, the South African airlines Mango preferred more shining colors for marketing purposes We, humans, prefer wearing white clothes in summer And the main purpose of that is the ability of […]

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How to make an Alcohol Powered Bottle Rocket
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How to make an Alcohol Powered Bottle Rocket

Hey Guys! It’s mike from The Geek Pub, and on this episode I’ll show you how I made this awesome alcohol powered bottle rocket! The parts list for this project is very simple can be found at TheGeekpub.com First, we will need two small sections of half-inch PVC pipe, and a half-inch PVC coupler. Our […]

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China’s Rocket Dropping Habit
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China’s Rocket Dropping Habit

This video is supported by Dashlane, the password manager that keeps your personal data in a secure and convenient place. Try Dashlane for free on your first device by visiting dashlane.com/primalspace. On the 3rd of January 2019, China became the first nation to successfully land a spacecraft on the far side of the Moon. This […]

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How Do Birds Know to Fly South?

An epic journey lies ahead for this Arctic Tern a Forty thousand mile flight from its Greenland spring nest to the same patch of rocky antarctic ground as generations before The Earth’s magnetic field acts like a map which turns and other migratory birds read using a set of internal tools the first isn’t the […]

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