Local students get to launch rocket

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Students from Spring Grove Area High School got to tour Aquaphoenix Scientific in Hanover today.  The company is helping sponsor the student’s plan to build a rocket, supplying money and materials to make it.  The project is part of a NASA program.   Spring grove is one of only 27 high schools selected nationwide and the only school in Pennsylvania.  The kids raised $13,000 dollars through book sales and corporate sponsors.   They hope to launch their rocket at NASA’s launchsite in Huntsville, Alabama.

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