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This guys are crazy! They light off 5000 bottle rockets within 1 minute. hahahaha they're talking about T3 lines in the beginning of the video =P
16 Oct 2007
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This guy sets up 50,000 bottle rockets so they all go up in 15 seconds! amazing!
16 Oct 2007
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Leave rocket science, u too can make your own rocket, just need a diet coke botel and a pack of mentos !
18 Oct 2007
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The AK-101 firing rocket shells in the Sir. Mod for Battlefiled 2
21 Oct 2007
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Tango Battery 5/11 shooting 4 HIMARS rockets at 29 Palms. Good stuff!!! Gotta see this! Wait till Iraq sees what these things can do when they impact!!!
27 Oct 2007
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The only rocket that worked out of five, it almost hit me, but it was worth it Sorry for the bad image, my camera sucks when it gets dark out
28 Oct 2007
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horse fart cool like a rocket
6 Nov 2007
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Music: Kevin MacLeod Once used as solid rocket fuel, because the reaction requires no oxygen. Sulfur and zinc react vigorously. The reaction with zinc produces flame and a near explosion. Sparks fly and smoke billows in this dramatic chemical demonstration. Please do not try this one at home.
8 Nov 2007
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Was a Physics project. Never want to see another water rocket in my life.
9 Nov 2007
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viewed from the rocket
11 Nov 2007
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Last night while taking photos of the Taurid Meteors up at the Maroon Bells near aspen colorado when i noticed a new blob of light in the constellation orion so i started to film it. It turns out to be a rocket fuel dump from a Delta-4 Heavy Rocket that was launched from Cape Canaveral, Florida. The payload was a Defense Support Program missile warning satellite (DSP-23). A circularization burn for the DPS-23 was scheduled for 3:01am EST, followed by a fuel dump at 3:21am EST. Because both the Centaur rocket burn (duration: 3 minutes) and the residual fuel and oxidizer dump after payload separation occurred at an altitude of 22,000-miles, both were briefly visible to the naked eye. Really looked like an angel flying across the stars.
12 Nov 2007
2014
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This is my sugar rocket test. Easy to make and very powerful. Plans at link
15 Nov 2007
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