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JLHS Physics students capture 2nd at KU Competition
JLHS Physics students capture 2nd at KU Competition
Genea Bruner
Wednesday, October 30, 2019

Recently, the JLHS physics students attended the KU Design Challenge. They chose to build a “rocket” out of an empty soda bottle with water inside. The students then compressed air through the bottle with a bicycle pump so it could take flight. Students worked several days in Mr. Spencer's physics class designing and testing their rockets. While they might not have had the most expensive rocket, they did take 2nd with a flight time of 7.3 seconds. Congratulations to the entire team!