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How does a rocket work?
a) by expelling gas in one direction to move in the opposite direction b) because it is made with enough weight to overcome the force of gravity c) Gases shoot out the front of the rocket to push it upward d) The rocket propels as a response to friction that is created in its main body
When and where were the first rockets made?
a) in the Soviet Union during the Cold War b) in Europe during the 16th century c) In China in the 1100s d) in Ancient Greece
The thrust is
a) the cone of the rocket b) the part of the rocket that keeps it from escaping the force of gravity c) The gas that is pushed out of the rocket's engine d) the reaction force that propels a rocket forward
In order to achieve movement around Earth's orbit, a rocket must have
a) escape velocity b) orbital velocity c) A cone d) a fusion engine
In order to move beyond the gravitational pull of Earth, a rocket must have
a) escape velocity b) orbital velocity c) a lot of weight d) less weight
Who designed the V2 rocket?
a) Konstantin Tsiolkovsky b) Robert Goddard c) Wernher von Braun d) Jules Verne
In which type of rocket is oxygen mixed with fuel that is a dry explosive chemical
a) multistage rocket b) ion rocket c) liquid-fuel rocket d) solid-fuel rocket
Which type of rocket does not burn chemical fuels?
a) ion rocket b) liquid-fuel rocket c) solid-fuel rocket d) multistage rocket
In which type of rocket are both the oxygen and the fuel in liquid form?
a) ion rocket b) liquid-fuel rocket c) solid-fuel rocket d) multistage rocket
At the end of a multistage rocket:
a) more fuel is saved b) only the bottom of the rocket remains c) only the very top of the rocket remains d) the empty fuel containers are refilled through chemical reactions with vapors in the sky.
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