Re: El Paso Students' Project Selected For Space Flight

By maousn75

Created Dec 7 2010 - 10:14pm

maousn75 December 7, 2010 at 9:14pm

When you see that shuttle launch and hear the immense roar of the rocket engines producing 200,000 lbs of thrust, just imagine the math and physics involved to achieve liftoff and what it takes to get the orbiter into space. To perform mathematical equations on paper only to see them in action, the shuttle flying on it's correct trajectory according to those equations, is amazing! Just another example of how awesome math and science really are! Congratulations to all involved.

maousn75 December 7, 2010

at 9:14pm

When you see that shuttle launch and hear the immense roar of the rocket engines producing 200,000 lbs of thrust, just imagine the math and physics involved to achieve liftoff and what it takes to get the orbiter into space. To perform mathematical equations on paper only to see them in action, the shuttle flying on it's correct trajectory according to those equations, is amazing! Just another example of how awesome math and science really are! Congratulations to all involved.