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It’s Science Fair Season: Create An Exciting Project With Estes Model Rockets!Science Fairs make learning fun — especially if your project involves model rocketry! Here are just a few suggestions for rocket science projects that you can complete with minimal time and effort — and Estes has the model rockets to make your project a winner!
Rocket Science Made Easy
Have you ever wanted to be really smart at something, but don’t want to do all that fancy book learning? Well, this is not exactly a game. This is cool tutorial that will teach you how to create your own model rocket.
Fly through rooms and add parts to your ship that will help you get past obstacles and collect all of the cogs
Learn More About Space Launch Sites Around the World
There are not many spaceports around the world. Fewer than two dozen have been constructed during the Space Age. Some are well known places open to the public, while others are top secret closed sites. Learn more…
Discover The World of Model Rocketry
NASA Kids’ Club will provides a wealth of resources that are safe, fun, and educational for students. You can expect them to find reliable information on space-related topics, as well as games, Web quests, and even chats with NASA experts.
SPACE CAMP® was founded in 1982 as the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® museum’s education program to promote the study of math, science, and technology. This educational program couples classroom instruction with hands-on activities and teaches teamwork, decision-making, and leadership. Rocket scientist Dr. Wernher von Braun, while leading the team of scientists and engineers at the Marshall Space Flight Center that sent astronauts to the moon, inspired these programs that have challenged and educated youngsters from all 50 states and over 40 countries and territories. SPACE CAMP has become known as one of the premier math/science/technology educational programs in the United States.
The NAR is all about having fun with model rockets and learning more about them. Since 1957, over 90,000 dedicated sport rocket modelers have joined the NAR to participate in organized rocketry.
The Team America Rocketry Challenge (TARC) is the world’s largest rocket contest, sponsored by the Aerospace Industries Association (AIA) and the National Association of Rocketry (NAR). It was created in the fall of 2002 as a one-time celebration of the Centennial of Flight, but the enthusiasm about the event was so great that AIA and NAR were asked to hold the contest annually.
Model Rocketry Technical Manual – Estes publication
This technical manual was written to provide both an easy-to- follow guide for the beginner and a reference for the experienced rocket enthusiast. Here youâ€™ll find the answers to the most frequently asked questions.
Science Fair Projects – Estes publication
The publication was prepared to provide you with a number of ideas for great projects utilizing model rocketry. Some ideas are easy and can be handled by a beginner who uses reasonable care in doing the project. Other ideas offer exciting projects which can be successfully completed by the average rocketeer.
Guide to Aerospace Clubs – Estes publication
The perfect source book for organizing and operating a successful model rocket club. A comprehensive guide, idea source and reference for club organization and activities. A must for active clubs.
Model Rocketry Study Guide – Estes publication
This publication presents a logical program for anyone who wants the most from model rocketry. There is a planned sequence of activities through three skill levels that guides a student on his/her path to becoming an expert model rocketeer.
Model Rocketry Word Search Puzzles