Some internet tutorials are so exciting and amazing that one never seems to get out of their aura. You seem that this might be the world’s hardest form of science but when they break down the tool list for you, it seems that one gets the bigger shock of their lives. When you see this desktop version of fully working rocket you will be inquisitive regarding the science behind it since, this tiny guy shoots up to 40 feet leaving a cool trail of smoke behind.
What everyone needs for this experiment is a pack of matchsticks and aluminum foil for the basics. The first step is to collect all the match heads in a container lined with socks that makes the process less hectic since the match heads won’t fall out. For the next step follow what has been printed on the tutorial, where the exact measurements are given to cut off the foil and the skewers. Then with the help of the template cut off the foil for the body. The final point is just the wrapping and the perfect placement of the match head on the top. When you’re done simply lighting up the rocket with a candle shall do the trick for you.