A rocket is a spacecraft, guided missile, or flying vehicle that gets a boost through the rocket’s reaction to the rapid ejection of fluid material from the rocket engine’s output. The action of the exhaust in the combustion chamber and the developer nozzles, is able to make the gas flow at hypersonic speeds causing a large reactive thrust for the rocket.
Most rockets today are chemical rockets. This rocket engine requires solid or liquid fuel, such as liquid fuel Booster / booster Space Shuttle and the main engine is used to escape the gravity of the earth. The chemical reaction is initiated in the combustion chamber with the fuel (with air or oxygen if in space) and the hot gases produced flow under high pressure out of the ducts leading to the rear of the rocket. The pressure of the gas that shoots out is what produces the thrust for the rocket so that the rocket can move forward or up.
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A rocket is a spacecraft, guided missile, or flying vehicle that produces thrust through the combustion reaction of a rocket engine. This boost occurs due to the rapid combustion/explosion reaction of one or more of the fuels carried in the rocket. Often the definition of rocket is used to refer to a rocket engine. Rocket engine parts and functions:
The frontmost part of which is usually filled with a scientific payload warhead or sensing/control equipment Cylindrical tube (cylinder) The main body of a rocket which is usually filled with fuel and its combustion apparatus
The very rear contains the combustion source channel (nozzle) of the control mechanism
Aerodynamic control device, which serves as both steering and stability pemberi
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Origins or A Rocket
Rocket’s origins date back to the 9th century, when Chinese chemists discovered black powder (gunpowder) while trying to find the elixir of immortality. This coincidental discovery then led to experiments in the form of weapons such as bombs, cannons, and incendiary fire arrows, which used the black powder as a trigger.
The first use of rockets occurred in 1232, when China was fighting the Mongols. At that time, Chinese troops used large iron pots fired with gunpowder, and the pans were capable of traveling up to 25 kilometers (15 miles), and could detonate target zones of up to a radius of 600 meters due to the fragments. In addition, the Chinese troops also used fire arrows which also used gunpowder as a means of propulsion.
Rocket technology was first recognized in Europe when the Mongol armies under Genghis Khan conquered parts of Russia, Eastern Europe, and Central Europe. By that time, the Mongols had become acquainted with rocket technology after defeating northern China, and recruited rocket workers there as mercenaries.
The spread of rockets to Europe was also influenced by the Ottoman Turks, when they besieged Constantinople in 1453, although the Ottomans themselves were influenced by the Mongol invasions centuries earlier. Entering the 15th century, rockets also began to spread to Korea.
In the late 18th century, rockets were also used by Indian troops when fighting against the British. Then, the British who were new to the technology took and developed it further in the 19th century. From there, the use of rockets in the military spread throughout Europe. The red glow of the rocket as it shoots even inspired the American national anthem, The Star-Spangled Banner.
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