Newton's Law Comic Strip

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  • LAW 1: (Law of Inertia) An Object Will Continue Doing What It Is Doing, Until A Force It Acted Upon It.
  • GRAVITY
  • GRAVITY
  • GRAVITY
  • The Rocket Stays Still Until The Burning Of The Fuel, Being The Force, Pushes the Rocket Into The Air Becuase Gravity Is Pulling It Down.
  • LAW 2: (Law Of Action) An Object's Speed Depends On The Mass And Force Applied to It.
  • This Rocket Is Larger Than The Other Rocket And Has More Mass So It Requires More Force or Thrust To Lift The Rocket.
  • Thrust
  • GRAVITY
  • Thrust
  • GRAVITY
  • This Rocket Is Smaller And Has Less Mass Than The Other Rocket So It Requires Less Force or Thrust To Lift It.
  • Thrust
  • GRAVITY
  • Thrust
  • GRAVITY
  • LAW 3: (Law Of Reaction) Every Action Will Have An Equal And Opposite Reaction.
  • The Exhaust Goes In One Way And The Rocket Goes The Other Way. There Is 0 Gravity In Space, So It Requires Less Thrust To Move An Object In Space.
  • Thrust
  • Thrust
  • Exhaust
  • Key:  () = GRAVITY ()=THRUST ()= EXHAUST
  • Exhaust
  • NEWTON'S 3 LAWS IN ROCKETS BY: KARA LOOTS
  • Source 1:“Newton's Laws of Motion.” How Things Fly, howthingsfly.si.edu/flight-dynamics/newton%E2% 80%99s-laws-motion.   
  • Source 2:  “How Does a Rocket Relate to Newton's Three Laws of Motion?” How Things Fly, howthingsfly.si.edu/ask-an-explainer/how- does-rocket-relate-newtons- three-laws-motion.
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