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WELCOME! THIS WEBSITE IS ALL ABOUT WATER ROCKETRY
A   water   rocket   uses   only   water   and compressed   air   to   fly.   The   water   is pressed   out   of   the   rockets   nozzle   and because    the    rocket    operates    on    the principle    of    Newton‘s    third    law    of motion,      this   results   in   an   acceleration in the opposite direction. The   current   world   record   is   2724   feet /   830   meters    and   is   held   by   a   team   of students   from   the   University   of   Cape Town. Water    rockets    can    be    built    out    of materials   you   use   every   day   such   as plastic   bottles,   wood   and   garden   hose components.     That‘s     why     we     love water    rocketry:    Everybody    can    build one.
A    small    water    rocket    can    be    built within   a   few   hours,   but   larger   water rockets    require    a    lot    of    work.    We worked    several    weeks    on    our    latest rockets    before    they    were    ready    to launch. We   want   to   show   you   how   you   can build   your   very   own   water   rocket,   and how   much   fun   it   is.   On   our   website you    can    find    information    about    our team and our projects. Have fun! The Raketfued Team
The   answer   is   easy:   We   have   put   together   a   large   amount   of   always   up-to-date   tutorials   and   instructions.   We   have   been building   water   rockets   since   2011,   and   since   then   we   have   been   working   on   tutorials   as   well.   You   can   download   our   step by   step    instructions   as   a   PDF    or   watch   our   video   tutorials   including   material   lists ,   fin   templates   and   much   more.   Check out our tutorial page, whether you are new to water rocketry  or interested in building advanced water rockets !
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A   water   rocket   uses   only   water   and   compressed air   to   fly.   The   water   is   pressed   out   of   the   rockets nozzle    and    because    the    rocket    operates    on    the principle    of    Newton‘s    third    law    of    motion,        this results in an acceleration in the opposite direction. The    current    world    record    is    2724    feet    /    830 meters    and   is   held   by   a   team   of   students   from   the University of Cape Town. Water   rockets   can   be   built   out   of   materials   you use   every   day   such   as   plastic   bottles,   wood   and garden    hose    components.    That‘s    why    we    love water rocketry: Everybody can build one.
A    small    water    rocket    can    be    built    within    a    few hours,    but    larger    water    rockets    require    a    lot    of work.    We    worked    several    weeks    on    our    latest rockets before they were ready to launch. We   want   to   show   you   how   you   can   build   your   very own   water   rocket,   and   how   much   fun   it   is.   On   our website   you   can   find   information   about   our   team and our projects. Have fun! The Raketfued Team
WELCOME! THIS WEBSITE IS ALL ABOUT WATER ROCKETRY
The   answer   is   easy:   We   have   put   together   a   large amount      of      always      up-to-date      tutorials      and instructions.   We   have   been   building   water   rockets since   2011,   and   since   then   we   have   been   working on   tutorials   as   well.   You   can   download   our   step   by step     instructions    as    a    PDF     or    watch    our    video tutorials    including    material    lists ,    fin    templates and    much    more.    Check    out    our    tutorial    page, whether    you    are    new    to    water    rocketry     or interested in building advanced water rockets !
We    are    a    young    team    of    enthusiasts    who    have been   building   water   rockets   since   2011.   We   hope to   spread   our   hobby   by   inspiring   more   people   with our   rockets,   our   website   and   of   course   with   our own passion. And   maybe   -   in   a   few   days,   weeks   or   months   you will     also     be     part     of     a     small     but     worldwide community   consisting   of   water   rocket   enthusiasts. If   you   want   to   learn   more   about   Raketfued   and who we really are, check out this page:
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