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Bottle Blast Off

 With little more than a plastic bottle, some vinyl tubing, and a length of PVC pipe, visit this site to make a  rocket and a rocket launcher and investigate how rockets fly. Includes intro and demo videos, and a downloadable
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 With little more than a plastic bottle, some vinyl tubing, and a length of PVC pipe, visit this site to make a rocket and a rocket launcher and investigate how rockets fly. Includes intro and demo videos, and a downloadable pdf of the activity.

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