S: V-2 Rocket
FC: V-2 Rocket By : Katia D.
1: Why I chose this topic? The reason I pick this topic is because I didn't know anything about it and I wanted to learn more about and also because it seem interesting.
2: What I already knew and Where I got This Information. | I didn't know anything about this topic and I got most of my information from www.ncwiseowrl.com, World Book, and Astronomy and Space.
3: How was the V-2 Rocket part of the war ? It was the first guided missile rocket during World War II.Germany used it to defend themselves from European cities.
4: How tall was the V-2 rocket ? The missile stood as tall as a five-story building and flew faster than the speed of sound.
5: Who worked on the V-2 Rocket ? The man who worked on the V-2 Rocket was Hermann Oberth first he was assigned a position at the Technical Institute of Dresden to work on the V-2 Rocket but then he found out the V-2 Rocket was completed.
6: I used the Internet mostly and the encyclopedia what I learn was that the V-2 rocket was a missile used by Germans to defend themselves from other European countries during World War II.It was launched after Adolf Hitler granted permission.
7: I learned that the V-2 Rocket was a missile used by Germany during World War II to defend themselves from other European countries.The V-2 Rocket was also the first guided missile.It was as tall as a a five-story building and that it was faster than the speed of light.
8: The sources I to complete my information were www.ncwiseowl.org, Worldbook 2006 and 1999 edition, Student Dictionary, Astronomy and Space and American Heritage. I searched most of my pictures on google.com then it took me to different websites from where the pictures came from.
9: ''world book 2006. how was the v-2 rocket part of the war? 2006. vol. 16. north michigan avenue, ch: scott fetzer company, 2006. Print. ''Engelvert, philllis, astronomy & space from the big bang to the big cruch, 3. U.X.L an imprint of gale, 1997. Print. ''World book encyclopedia. "how tall was the v-2 rocket? 1999. Vol. 8, west monroe, 1999. Print. v-2 rocket. www.cosmos4kids.com/misc/photos/v21.jpg. Web. 10 Jan. 2010.