Rockets. The Past Present and Future. Brittany Harrison. Principles of Technology January 2006. Table of Contents. Introduction. History of Rockets . The Nature of Science. "7 Steps of the Scientific Process. Positive & Negative aspects . principles of rocketry . Rocket Timeline.
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The Past Present and Future
Principles of Technology
History of Rockets
The Nature of Science
"7 Steps of the Scientific Process
Positive & Negative aspects
principles of rocketry
1959: U.S. Air Force photo of Big Joe launch vehicle after launching at Cape Canaveral.Source: JSC Digital Pictures Gallery
1992: Titan III rocket carrying Mars Observer satellite launches from Complex 40, Cape Canaveral Air Force Station. Source: NASA Mixed Fleet - Titan
1926: Dr. Robert H. Goddard launches the first liquid fueled rocket. Source: Goddard Space Flight Center Educational Programs
1969: Liftoff of Saturn V launch vehicle carrying Apollo 11 lunar landing mission.
1996: Atlantis landing at Edwards AFB, California. Source: NASA Dryden Research Aircraft Photo Gallery
1961: Launch of Little Joe 2 from Wallops Island carrying Mercury spacecraft test article. Source: JSC Digital Pictures Gallery
1989: First flight of Pegasus air-launched booster vehicle. Source: NASA Dryden Research Aircraft Photo Gallery
1963: Soviet Soyuz launch vehicle. Source: Marshall Space Flight Center History of Rocket Science
Nuclear rocket: the use of a nuclear reactor to heat liquid hydrogen
Electric rocket: the use of accelerated positive ions
Nuclear fusion-pulse rocket: the explosion of small amounts of fusion material