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Meteor Rocket Science Kit


Send kids' minds into space along with the Meteor Rocket! This amazing rocket kit from Scientific Explorer will provide kids with a science experience they will never forget, watching as the baking soda and vinegar formula propels the rocket 100 feet into the sky. Each time, kids can adjust the proportions of vinegar and baking soda, add balsamic vinegar, or change the fuselage length to see what the new outcome will be. This award-winning science kit combines chemistry and physics in a innovative way to create out-of-this-world learning! Rocket measures 17" long.

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Item # OSA200TL SCI

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  • Kit features hollow rocket shell and directions with experiment suggestions
  • Rocket is propelled by vinegar and baking soda
  • Rocket flies up to 100 feet into the sky
  • Kids can experiment with “rocket fuel” and change fuselage length for new outcomes
  • Measures 17”L


  • CAUTION: Adult supervision required.
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  • Currently 4.00/5 Stars.
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      • Currently 4/5 Stars.

      3-2-1 Blast off!
      April 23, 2012

    • Reviewer:

      Infant Bibliophile from Salt Lake City, UT

    • Purchased for:

      My Child

    • Child's Age:

      4 Years Old

    • Describe Yourself:

      Mom, blogger, homeschooler

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    • Review:

      After trying and failing to make our own baking soda / vinegar rocket based on online tutorials, I decides to give the kit a try. It was an instant hit, with our family at home and with a large group of kids at our space camp coop. Make sure to have a lot of vinegar and baking soda on hand, because you'll want to do it over and over again! After at least 20 launches, it is showing its wear. I'd probably prefer a more sturdy version with less assembly, but overall, this was huge science fun.

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