Chandrayaan-3 working model

This Chandrayaan-3 working model provides a visual representation of a rocket launch and can be a captivating exhibit for a science exhibition.

Creating a Chandrayaan-3 working model using paper, color paper, and serial lights for a science exhibition can be an exciting project.

Here’s a step-by-step guide to help you build your model:

Materials needed:

  1. Cardboard or foam board (base)
  2. Paper (for rocket)
  3. Color paper (for rocket and base)
  4. Serial lights (for rocket engines)
  5. Battery pack for the lights
  6. Aluminum foil (optional)
  7. Glue
  8. Scissors
  9. Craft knife (optional)
  10. Marker or pen

Working Model Making Steps:

Chandrayaan-3 working model
  1. Prepare the Base:
    • Cut a piece of cardboard or foam board to serve as the base for your model.
  2. Design the Rocket:
    • Use paper to create the main body of the rocket. Cut and shape the paper into a rocket form. Consider using color paper to make it visually appealing.
  3. Attach Serial Lights:
    • Place serial lights along the rocket’s base to represent the rocket engines. You can glue or tape the lights to the rocket.
  4. Create Rocket Engine Flames:
    • If desired, cut small flame shapes out of color paper or aluminum foil and attach them around the lights to represent the flames produced by the rocket engines.
  5. Attach the Rocket to the Base:
    • Glue or tape the rocket to the base in a vertical position, as if it’s launching into space.
  6. Create Launch Platform:
    • Cut out a circular piece of color paper to represent the launch platform. Glue it to the base beneath the rocket.
  7. Wire the Lights to the Battery Pack:
    • Connect the serial lights to the battery pack. Ensure that the battery pack is hidden beneath the base or within the launch platform.
  8. Secure Wires:
    • Use glue or tape to secure the wires along the base, keeping them tidy and hidden.
  9. Optional Decorations:
    • Use additional color paper to add details to the rocket, such as windows, flags, or other features.
  10. Label and Explain:
    • Add labels to different parts of your model, such as the rocket, launch platform, and serial lights. Provide a brief explanation of Chandrayaan-3 and its significance.
  11. Presentation:
    • During the exhibition, demonstrate how the lights represent the rocket engines during launch. Explain the purpose and significance of Chandrayaan-3.

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