I couldn't stop laughing for days after firing my first water rocket.
It flew hundreds of feet vertically (I've measured 135 metres or 450
feet), and cost a few bucks and a bit of pumping.
- Launcher Construction
Complete instructions, diagrams and photos to help you make your
own Cable-Tie launcher, nicknamed the "Clark Cable" launcher after
its inventor, Ian Clark. Also my old quick-connect launcher.
- Guppy Rockets
These rockets are made from reshaped bottles and have extremely
- Parachute release systems
Berggren's clockwork timer parachute release system. Pictures
and details of older experiments are here.
- Info about PET bottles
I have some contacts that have provided info about PET, and I'm going
to try to collect it here.
A full-on numerical simulation of your rocket, with graphs and
- Mailing List
Join the Internet water rocket mailing list! Over a hundred
enthusiasts who share your sense of fun!
- Melbourne Area Rocket Society (MARS)
This page documents a Melbourne rocket day.
- Water rocket boat
Clean-energy water craft competition for primary school kids.
Our school entered two teams and had the two fastest times.
- Other Photos
Photos of other rocketeer's stuff or my visits with them.
- Other Water Rocket Sites
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