The new issue of the awesome HackSpace magazine is now available in the form of issue 12 ready for November 2018, featuring plenty of projects to keep you busy. This month’s magazine provides details on how to create a DIY rocket and reach for the stars as well as explaining more about multimeters, diodes, Arduino, Open Science Hardware and how to build your very own Alexa controlled wheel of Ffortune.
“Step inside the UK rocketry scene, build and launch a rocket, design your own one, and discover the open-source rocket programmes around the world! In issue 12, we go behind the scenes at a top-secret launch site in the English Midlands to have a go at our own rocket launch, find the most welcoming bunch of people we’ve ever met, and learn about centre of gravity, centre of pressure, acceleration, thrust, and a load of other terms that make us feel like NASA scientists”.
“There are more than seven billion people on the planet, and 90-odd percent of them are locked out of the pursuit of science. Fishing, climate change, agriculture: it all needs data, and we’re just not collecting as much as we should. Global Open Science Hardware is working to change that by using open, shared tech — read all about it in issue 12!”
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