Matchstick rockets - fun science experiments

by Joel
(sydney)

matchstick rocket

matchstick rocket

22nd September

I have been making lots of match stick rockets but none have worked. So I am going to look at how other people make these and I will show you how it works when I find out.

Here is a video of one that works well:



This next one uses 10 match-heads and aluminium foil:


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Sep 11, 2013
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Here are some links on matchstick rockets
by: Anonymous

http://www.matchstickrockets.com/howto.html


and video on how to make it
one silly ad before video

http://www.metacafe.com/watch/320218/how_to_make_a_simple_matchstick_rocket/

Jun 03, 2009
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Has any worked?
by: Bob

I have tried to make those rockets, and boy it is hard, can you get them flying not blowing up.

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