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Fossil students demo supersonic ping pong launcher
When professional engineer Hugh Kirbie asked students in the STEM Academy at Fossil Ridge High School which after-school project they wanted to work on, they decided building a supersonic ping-pong ball launcher sounded fun.
After spending six hours a week for six months building the complex machine, the students demonstrated it to their peers, shooting a ping pong ball at a paddle on the other side, splintering a hole right through it.
"We're the only people in the world who've made this with an electromagnetic trigger, so that's a good thing to put on your resume for college to make you stand out," sophomore Jared Corp said."The demonstrations are my favorite part, because you get to see the public appreciation for how much work you put in."
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