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The Origins of Rocketry


Curious about how rockets get into the sky? Join Graham as he discusses the origins of rocket engines and the history behind the technology that is still in use today.

Sources: Robert Goddard, Goddard’s Experiments, Scott Manley’s Rocket Plumbing

Image Credit: RS-25 engine test (for NASA’s New Rocket)

By NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center

Flickr: https://flic.kr/p/qsyGca (No Changes)

Graham Grable is an undergraduate student in the College of Engineering. Between playing with Arudinos and hanging out with friends, he can be found saving Jebediah in Kerbal Space Program. Graham also serves on the programming board of the Athens Science Café. You can find him online at grahamgrable.com or email him at ggrable@uga.edu. More from Graham Grable.

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