Rocket Scientists By Icarus VanBuren
Thesis    StatementRocket Scientist design andcreate rockets. In the futuretechnology will effect the designof the rockets...
What They Need toGet the JobThey need to know a lot aboutmath and science. They alsoneed to know how to use thetools and c...
PaymentsThey get paid an average yearly salary of64,000 to 100,000 dollars! That’s a lot ofmoney! They get paid so much fo...
InterviewsMost rocket scientist were created missiles forwars. Now they are retired.
FactsIn 1232 BC, the Chinese used rocket-arrows propelled by burninggunpowder in their war with theMongols. These were the...
What it Will be inthe FutureIn the future technology willeffect the design of the rocketsto be more efficient. They willal...
Extra          SchoolingNot only do they need to know how todesign but they need to know how to bestpresent them too. They...
Changes in      TechnologyThe advancements would make it moreefficient. It would go faster, and higher.As for missiles, it...
ConclusionIf you want to be a rocketscientist when you grow upyou got to behave and getlots of A’s on your report card.So ...
GlossaryMissiles are small exploding things. PgAdvancements mean they get better. PgComputer programming means you workon ...
Sites Usedhttp://www.rocketengineering.com/http://www.ehow.com/about_6619292_job-description-rocket-scientist.htmlhttp://w...
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  1. 1. Rocket Scientists By Icarus VanBuren
  2. 2. Thesis StatementRocket Scientist design andcreate rockets. In the futuretechnology will effect the designof the rockets to be moreefficient. They will also sell therockets to the public.
  3. 3. What They Need toGet the JobThey need to know a lot aboutmath and science. They alsoneed to know how to use thetools and computerprogramming. The last andprobably most important isthe dangers.
  4. 4. PaymentsThey get paid an average yearly salary of64,000 to 100,000 dollars! That’s a lot ofmoney! They get paid so much for theirknowledge
  5. 5. InterviewsMost rocket scientist were created missiles forwars. Now they are retired.
  6. 6. FactsIn 1232 BC, the Chinese used rocket-arrows propelled by burninggunpowder in their war with theMongols. These were the first rockets.Rockets work by burning fuel andswelling or clogging up. The swellingpushes them forward.
  7. 7. What it Will be inthe FutureIn the future technology willeffect the design of the rocketsto be more efficient. They willalso sell the rockets to thepublic. So it will become apublic selling rockets company.If I owned a shop like this Iwould name it “Rocketz 4 u”.
  8. 8. Extra SchoolingNot only do they need to know how todesign but they need to know how to bestpresent them too. They will still need toknow computer programming and all thedangers.
  9. 9. Changes in TechnologyThe advancements would make it moreefficient. It would go faster, and higher.As for missiles, it would make a biggerexplosion.
  10. 10. ConclusionIf you want to be a rocketscientist when you grow upyou got to behave and getlots of A’s on your report card.So set your heart on it if youwant to. Hope you enjoyedlearning about rocketscientist.
  11. 11. GlossaryMissiles are small exploding things. PgAdvancements mean they get better. PgComputer programming means you workon a computer. Pg 3Efficient means saves like efficient on gasis saving gas. Pg 2Knowledge is what they know. Pg 4Retired means no longer works.
  12. 12. Sites Usedhttp://www.rocketengineering.com/http://www.ehow.com/about_6619292_job-description-rocket-scientist.htmlhttp://www.ehow.com/about_5476341_average-salary-rocket-scientist.htmlhttp://www.ehow.com/how_2040340_become-rocket-scientist-.htmlhttp://www.rocketready.com/http://www.ksea-st.org/web_page/YSTEC.shtmlhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aerospace_engineeringhttp://www.bradley.edu/cegt/eft/steps.htmlhttp://www.eng.rpi.edu/soe/http://www.princetonreview.com/Careers.aspx?cid=5http://www.uwplatt.edu/disted/engineering.htmlhttp://www.uwplatt.edu/meie/http://www.schoolofengineeringandsciences.org/rocket-boostershttp://blogs.nasa.gov/cm/blog/NES_Teachers_Corner/posts/post_1304357087234.htmlhttp://microgravity.grc.nasa.gov/education/rocket/BottleRocket/educator.htmhttp://www.astrodigital.org/space/nuclear.htmlhttp://www.signonsandiego.com/news/2010/oct/08/pioneering-rocket-engineer-developed-cold-war/http://www.independent.co.uk/news/obituaries/konrad-dannenberg-german-rocket-engineer-who-helped-to-develop-saturn-v-1627099.htmlhttp://www.thespacestore.com/nasadfligsui.htmlhttp://www.nasa.gov/http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rocket_sciencehttp://www.masstec.org/teched/vocabularyterminology.html
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