Rocket Balloons

85 Rocket Balloons with Pump

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Item #: RKT-135

40 Rocket Balloons with Pump

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Item #: RKT-140

Rocket Balloon Refill Pack of 21 (without Pump)

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Item #: RKT-145
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A great way to demonstrate basic principles of Newton's Laws to students. In order for a rocket to be stable the center of gravity must be forward of the center of pressure. Balloons are inherently unstable which is why they swirl around in every direction when you allow the air to escape. Rocket balloons are properly weighted to create stability. We made a real hit with these at the NSTA National Convention in St. Louis sending them to the roof of the convention center. For safety and hygiene, each package of 85 or 40 Rocket Balloons includes a pump so there is no need for the balloons to contact the mouth.

Children under eight can choke or suffocate on uninflated or broken balloons. Adult supervision required. Keep uninflated balloons from children. Discard broken balloons at once. Check your organization's policy regarding balloons.

Read more on our Blog - Compressed Air as a Force in Rocket Balloons