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NASA Education Rocketry

is a website devoted to learning about rockets. There's a beginner's guide to rockets, a pictorial history of rockets, an index of rocket topics (including math and science fundamentals), and more. It offers interactive features, including one on "building a rocket." (National Aeronautics and Space Administration)

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Interesting Fact:

A new era in space flight began in April 1990 when NASA launched the first Pegasus rocket from a NASA B-52 aircraft. Pegasus is a winged, three-stage solid propellant rocket built by Orbital Sciences Corporation that can launch a satellite into low earth orbit.
Space Shuttle image

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