Rockets of World War 2

Aneliz Medina

who invented the first rocket in World War 2

In 1942, German rocket scientist Wernher Von Braun's brainchild, the V-2 missile is fired successfully from Peenemunde. It traveled 118 miles. Proved to be extraordinary deadly in the war.

How they made it and how its worked

The V-2 was nice in several ways, launching the missile rises 6 miles vertically, proceeds on an arced cutting off its own fuel according on the range its going. When it reaches the target the speed is almost 4,000 mph. Potential of flying distance is 200 miles, going several feet before exploding.