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Robert Goddard: Cloze Activity
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After many years of ____________________________________ attempts and public ridicule, Goddard's first successful rocket was ____________________________________ on March 16, 1926 from a relative's ____________________________________ in Auburn, Massachusetts. It was a liquid-fueled 10-ft. rocket that he called ___________________________. The flight lasted 2 1/2 ____________________________________; the rocket flew a distance of 184 _____________________________ and achieved an ____________________________________ (height) of 41 feet.
Goddard soon moved to Roswell, ____________________________________, where he developed more sophisticated ____________________________________ rockets. Altogether, Robert Goddard developed 214 ____________________________________.
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