How was the rocket created?

 How was the rocket created?



 Today we will know how rockets are created about the history of rocket making.

 Today, rocket or missile is a very normal thing for us. Exactly 100 years ago it was a dream for us. Which many could not imagine. How did the rocket come to this world? Today we will discuss about that.

 When it comes to rockets, the first person to mention is the Russian scientist Constant in Silo Koss. He developed the theoretical basis of space travel. Born in a poor family, Syllabus went to the library to study Journalism Scientist. He thought of applying Newton's Law of Motion to space travel. In 1903 he used the rocket equation. This rocket equation states that there is an exponential relationship between the rocket's speed and its fuel. And for this reason, this fuel will be needed to give speed to the rocket. He imagined the world's valecity. And he was the first to calculate how much fuel a rocket would need to get from Earth to the Moon. Due to poverty, this mathematical model of his did not become a reality. After the syllabus, the person who took forward the work of making rockets was the American scientist Robert H. Godder. He made Syllabus Ki's dream of space travel a reality. Robert Godder was very interested in science from an early age. His father strongly encouraged him in this regard. He bought little Rawat a telescope and microscope as a child. It is for this reason that Gorder also became very interested in space from a young age. Robert Gorder went to the library one day and came across Newton's Principia Mathematica. By reading this book he learned Gatisutra means Law of Motion. The main goal of the screen becomes to make a rocket by applying this law of motion. Godard made three major discoveries in rocket science.


 What is the reason for using liquid fuel instead of powder fuel?


 1. He brought liquid fuel instead of conventional powder fuel. So that the combing effort is smooth with ease. Because powder fuel burns unevenly. So that the rocket cannot go further than before. Mini rockets have two tanks, one for fuel and the other for oxidizer. This liquid oxidizer is gradually added to the entire firing chamber. There the control exclusion causes the rocket to rise upwards.


 What is the importance of multi-stage rocket?


 Spent fuel tanks are automatically ejected from the rocket. Spent fuel tanks, if left on the rocket, will make the rocket unnecessarily heavy. If extra velocity is given, the rocket will burn more. and will require more fuel. So removing the extra weight from the rocket will increase the efficiency of the rocket many times.


  What is a Gynoscope? How is it used in rockets?

 The use of Gynosco propels the rocket towards its intended target. That historic day came in 1926. The rocket built by Gord rose about 40 feet above the ground. After rising for two and a half minutes, the rocket fell 184 feet away in a hedgerow garden. The place is now known as a National Historic Landmark of America. He developed the basic architecture of the rocket in the Clark College laboratory. All the rockets that exist today come from prototypes built by Goder. Yet this man had to endure many humiliations. The dream of space travel in Gorder's rocket was considered very small by the people of that time. A report in New York in 1921 insulted Gorder and said that Gorder school education still had many deficiencies. Therefore, being such a big processor, he does not know that Newton's third law of space action reaction does not work. So the New York Times editor did not understand the meaning of Newton's third law. The action here is the intense gases of the rocket released from the compressor chamber of the rocket. And the reaction is the upward movement of the rocket. There is no question of vacuum medium or air. Godder died in 1945. However, after the Apollo mission landed in Chad in 1979, the then editor of the New York Times apologized for a typo in one of their reports in 1921. 24 years after his death, Gadder's words were echoed by the New York Times. In fact, America did not recognize this master mind. And that's why Hitler's Germany left America behind to build rockets. and later the USSR, the United Soviet Socialist Republic and what we know as the Soviet Union. So now I will know about Germany. One of the best rocket scientists in the world, Werner Front Braun, was born in a very noble family in Germany. His father was the Minister of Agriculture of Germany and his mother was a lady from a noble family. Although he began his career as a musician, he later became very interested in space with a telescope bought by his mother and read a lot of science fiction. At the age of 12, he once carried something like a rocket to a toy car on a busy street in Berlin. The noise of fruit falls on the streets of Berlin. Child Front Brown was taken into police custody. Later, however, he got his father's power. Front Brown said he was very raw in numbers. But for his dream of space travel, he became proficient in Calculus, Newton Silas Space Travel Mechanics. He received his PhD in 1934. He spent most of his time as an amateur at the Berlin Rocket Society, which built and tested rockets. At that time a war was going on. The German Army Ordnance Department was developing new weapons for war. Robert Godderke underestimated America's military, but Hitler's Nazi forces came forward to make fun of Hanbron. Brand Braun's dream and the Nazi government's dream coincide with each other. Front Braun was created as the director of the German rocket project. Seal Cos Kio Gorder's constructed road front finds the destination on the road shown by Brown. Yours is a massively powerful Vito Rocket. This vehicle was 46 feet long and weighed 27,600 pounds. Its maximum speed was three thousand 480 per hour. It was capable of climbing up to a maximum of sixty miles. It could strike at three times the speed of sound. It has an operational range of 200 miles. This Vito rocket had the world's first long-range ballistic missile. Which exceeds the speed of sound. It is the first rocket to cross the atmosphere and reach space. Hitler's Nazi forces terrorized London with this rocket. At first, the British do not understand where this gaseous substance is coming from in the sky. They mockingly named it the Flying Gas Machine. After the Nazis first admitted using the weapon, British Prime Minister Winston Churchill admitted that the German forces had launched a rocket attack on England. The entire western world became afraid of this Vitu rocket. This Vitu rocket did not take more than ten thousand lives. Brand Brown, however, refused to accept this brutality. But if he opened his mouth, he would have no life. In the middle of a party in 1944, he began to regret it. He wanted to make spaceships instead of weapons of war. Which will make his dream of space travel come true. He opened his mouth against the government in that party for misusing this discovery. At that time a Nazil Bahini was present at the party. Front Brown was arrested for speaking against the government. He was held captive for several weeks in a Polish jail. Hitler and his forces made various bad comments against him. He was even called a Communist Simpa Taizaro. Later, in response to the appeal of Albert Speer, Hitler withdrew from the decision to take the life of Front Braun. But then the head of front brown was needed for the work of that fearful rocket.


 After the Second World War, what happened in making this rocket?


 After the Second World War, the Red Army of Asia and the Light Force of America occupied Berlin. Germany conceded defeat during the war. In 1945 Front Brown and his assistant engineers became prisoners of war near America. 300 video rocket-carrying vehicles and rocket parts were smuggled into the country by the Americans, including Tara. America started a secret program called Operation Paper Clip. Through this program, the US recruited many soldiers into its own army. Underestimating Robert Boder was America's first opportunity loss. Besides, leaving Fan Brown and their followers without a target was America's second opportunity lost. By the time the US began its rocket program slowly, Russia had progressed a long way. Joseph Talim and Nikita attach great importance to the Precept Stage program. Sherke Kaleff was appointed director of the Soviet Express Program. Anna's identity was a secret for many years. The Russian Red Army and many German engineers were brought to Russia as prisoners of war. Several rockets modeled after the Ritu design began to be produced under their guidance. Several rockets from America and Soviet Russia were modified versions of Ritu. which are again of the Potto type developed by Robert Gada. After 1950 America and Soviet Russia fell into a competition. The goal is to build the first artificial satellite. Newton's Law of Oceans states that a cannonball fired from the Earth with a certain velocity will begin to orbit the beloved Earth. The concept of artificial satellite was born from this idea. Newton's idea was successful when the Soviets launched the artificial satellite Spuknik. America was defeated by Russia in October 1957 stage program. The American-made Vanguard missile has repeatedly failed. The defeat of the USA caused the Soviets to start feeding on them. They named this failed missile Flopnik. Russia continues to have successive successes in the space program. A dog named Laika was sent into orbit by the 1957 Representative Two. In 1957, Lonik One left the lunar surface. In 1919, Lane 2 reached the lunar surface. 1959 Looney Three photograph Chad's backside. 1960 Sputnik 5 sent an animal back to Earth from Earth. In 1961, Venera One approached Venus. Finally, in 1961, Russian scientist Yuri Gagarin became the first man to reach orbit. While Russia is at the top of the success of the Express program, America is still far behind. It was normal to see this success of Russia. But today's America has reached the top of the space program.