Make: Magazine, Volume 69 - Print
There's never been a better time to be an amateur space explorer! From high school programs designed to send real student-led experiments to the International Space Station, to building a working VTVL (vertical take off, vertical landing) model rocket like the one from SpaceX, this issue is packed full of projects with actual space applications. And if a space aesthetic is more to your liking for your earthly abode, we’ve got a giant light-up full moon to hang on your wall and desktop orreries to simulate the movement of the planets around the sun.
Plus 38 more great projects:
- Program a bot that points to the ISS when overhead
- Learn to laser-cut EVA foam to customize any cosplay creation
- Build a light-up acrylic rainbow that changes colors to tell the weather
- Make a cardboard camera that uses sun prints for film
- And much more!