How does rocket car work?
Rather than using a traditional gearbox and drivetrain attached to the motor, it simply uses thrust from a rocket motor to propel the car forward. Fuel is mixed inside the motor, ignited, and the exhaust gases create the thrust.
A model rocket is the entire rocket which goes up into the air. It usually contains: Main Body Nose cone Nozzle Rocket engine Payload (Parachute) The model rocket engine (or rocket motor) is the part of the rocket which contains the propellant. It is generally a cylindrical tube which fits into the main body of te rocket. To understand better, you can compare it with a car. The model rocket is the entire car, complete…
The way rockets work is by modifying the velocity and body-gyro of the rocket brick. In simplified terms, after thee rocket is "created" the script detects and saves the direction the rocket is pointing.The script uses the body gyro to lock the rocket brick in the said direction and suspend the rocket in the air; then it modifies the velocity to propel the rocket forward.
Yes. When they say "it's not rocket science", they mean it isn't as hard as the science and mathematics used for designing, building, and testing an actual rocket. Rocket science is extremely dangerous, and only scientists and mechanics selected by a NASA official are allowed to work on the rocket. Yes, it is actually that hard.