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Cool Water Rockets

About Me
Newton's 3 Laws
Other Projects
Mission Log
An Introduction to Water Rocketry
Water Rocket Page
My First Rockets
Black Knight
FTC Rockets and T nozzle
Discussion Page
Therory Page
Red Hawk
Water Rockets and Beyond
x prize
About Me
Shoutouts to My Friends
Contact Me
Water Rocket Guestbook
Lawn Dart
Blow up on launch pad
Rocket at Apogee
Crushed Nose-Cone
Entertainment and News

Here's more than you probably want to know about me...

On this page, I'll introduce myself. I'll talk about what my school, work, and family are like, or about some of the hobbies, sports, or clubs that I'm involved in.

More about Me.

Let's see what do I want to tell you. Well for my staff elective at my high school I'm taking journalism, and for my art elective I'm taking filmmaking. My film is about my water rockets if you were wondering. I'm also part of a after school soccer club. There are very few kids at our school, and they are almost all boys. I wish there were more girls. There are 84 boys and 26 girls to be exact. Ever year we will be adding a new class. Since we are freshmens we will always be the oldest kids at the school, which is kinda cool.

Today I finally got my palm. It is so cool! We can take pictures, download games, and doodle. It even has a mp3 player, but we have to buy a memory card to download music. We can also beam stuff from one palm to another. So we can pass notes in class. Not like we would but we could.


This week I just started lacross. It is a fun but very challenging game. Just like building water rockets. I was looking up the history of lacross on the Internet and discovered that it was originly devoloped by the Native Americans during the 1400's. They had between 100 to 1000 indians per side and the goals were sometimes several miles apart. So there was a lot of runing. The goal post were usually a rock or a tree. A goal was scored by throwing the ball throught the goal post. Very much like the game played today. The goal post were six to nine feet apart.


Apollo 11

Lunar Module

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Lunar Module

Two astronauts board the Lunar Module for the final leg of the journey to the Moon. A main rocket ensures a soft landing, while a second rocket is used for takeoff. Because the module operates on the airless moon, it does not need to be aerodynamically shaped. 

In the Science Museum there is a replica Lunar Module. By clicking on areas of this photograph you can look at photographs of the replica and find out what the parts of the Module are and what they are designed to do. 


Favorite Stuff

In this area, I'll list some of the things that I like best, for example:

Favorite TV Show: Star Trek
Favorite Movie: October Sky
Favorite Music: Rock
Favorite Books: Back to the Moon, The First Man in the moon, Journey to the center of the earth, The Hobbit, The Harry Potter Series, and Out of the Silent Planet.
Favorite Sports Team: San Fransisco Giants
Favorite Sports: Soccer and Golf
Favorit Golf Pro: Tiger Woods
Favorite Food: Steak with mashed potatoes, and vegies on the side
People I Most Admire: My parents, teachers, friends, and family.

Favorite Quotes

In this area, I might include quotes I like or that I feel capture my feelings, for example:

The most I can do for my friend is simply be his friend.
-Henry David Thoreau
If it's just us than it's a wast of space
-From the movie Contact

"The successful realization of the X PRIZE will lead to true effective, commercial space business. The low operations cost and high passenger safety will make this project attractive for clients, organizers and sponsors. The X PRIZE will also lead to completely new consumer activities such as space sports competitions.

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