In the 20th century we began to engineer rockets to take humans out to space! With the advancements made to technology, we have travelled to the moon and back! This year marks the 50th anniversary since Neil Armstrong landed and took 'One small step for man, one giant leap for mankind'.

In our second activity for Science Month at the IMA we learn about forces acting on our straw rockets!

Join us and RoboFun Academy for this fun activity, design the ultimate breath-propelled projectile.

Challenged by modifying the design of your straw rocket launcher, from length to angle, learn to see how these changes affect rocket performance.

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About Robofun


Robofun is a robotics and coding academy to teach kids STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Mathematics) principles and tools through play.