Data submitted by
Pueblo Elementary Scottsdale, AZ

"Big Daddy" (a rock)


Weight=


Length=6 cm.


Width=4 cm.


Height Dropped Crat. Diameter Crater Depth Ejecta
30 cm. 7 cm. 2 1/2 cm. 2 1/2 cm.
60 cm 5 cm. 1/2 cm. 3 1/2 cm.
90 cm. 6 cm. 2 cm. 3 1/2 cm.
120 cm. 7 1/2 cm. 1/4 cm. 6 cm.
150 cm. 8 cm. 1 cm. 7 cm.
180 cm. 7 cm. 3 cm. 10 1/2 cm.




"Siper" (a rock)


Weight=


Length=6 cm.


Width=3 cm.


Height Dropped Crat. Diameter Crater Depth Ejecta
30 cm. 5 1/2 cm. 1 cm. 3 cm.
60 cm 6 1/2 cm. 1 cm. 4 cm.
90 cm. 6 1/2 cm. 1/2 cm. 3 cm.
120 cm. 6 1/2 cm. 1/2 cm. 2 cm.
150 cm. 6 cm. 1/2 cm. 2 cm.
180 cm. 6 cm. 1 cm. 5 cm.




"Dragon" (a rock)


Weight=


Length=8 cm.


Width=5 cm


Height Dropped Crat. Diameter Crater Depth Ejecta
30 cm. 6 1/2 cm. 2 cm.
60 cm 7 1/2 cm. 2 cm. 3 cm.
90 cm. 5 cm. 3 cm. 3 cm.
120 cm. 6 1/2 cm. 2 cm. 2 1/2 cm.
150 cm. 7 1/2 cm. 3 cm. 5 cm.
180 cm. 8 cm. 2 1/2 cm. 1 1/2 cm.



7 cm.
"Little Mama" (a rock)

Weight=


Length=4 1/2 cm.


Width=3 1/2 cm.


Height Dropped Crat. Diameter Crater Depth Ejecta
30 cm. 3 cm. 2 cm. 2 cm.
60 cm 5 cm. 2 cm. 4 cm.
90 cm. 3 1/2 cm. 2 1/2 cm. 4 cm.
120 cm. 3 cm. 1 cm. 5 cm.
150 cm. 3 1/2 cm. 2 1/2 cm. 4 cm.
180 cm. 4 cm. 4 cm. 11 cm.




"Smegal" (balloon filled with rocks)

Weight=


Length=4 1/2 cm.


Width=3 1/2 cm.


Height Dropped Crat. Diameter Crater Depth Ejecta
30 cm. 3 1/2 cm. 2 cm. 4 cm.
60 cm 3 1/2 cm. 2 cm. 1 cm.
90 cm. 6 cm. 2 cm. 3 cm.
120 cm. 5 cm. 3 cm. 4 1/2 cm.
150 cm. 9 1/2 cm. 2 1/2 cm. 15 1/2 cm.
180 cm. 5 cm. 3 cm. 11 cm.




"Midget" (a rock)


Weight=


Length=1 1/2 cm.


Width=1 cm.


Height Dropped Crat. Diameter Crater Depth Ejecta
30 cm. 2 cm. 1 cm. 0 cm.
60 cm 1 1/2 cm. 1 1/2 cm. 1 cm.
90 cm. 3 cm. 2 cm. 3 cm.
120 cm. 2 cm. 1 cm. 2 cm.
150 cm. 3 cm. 1 cm. 3 cm.
180 cm. 2 cm. 1 cm. 1 1/2 cm.

Final results of Impact Studies


Garrett Morgan School of Science
Cleveland, OH

Amy Bokovitz's class data



Also from the Garrett Morgan School:

My name is Heathre McElroy-Walls and I am the new student teacher for Mrs.
Terri Lyles at Garrett Morgan, Cleveland School of Science in Cleveland,
Ohio. My students are 8th grade boys.

Each of my groups had one object to drop that was similar: a metallic cube
weighing approximately 63 grams. They were also given an object that was
less dense (a wooden cube) and an object that was more dense (a solid, metal
sphere). My data for the impact studies are as follows:

If anything is unclear, please let me know. I will be teaching the boys until May.
Thank you,
Heathre


Manhattan Village, New York, NY
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Our lab results

Group: Mario, Rahmal, Andy, Jose, Edgar
Object: Weights, cylindrical  (diameter=1.3 cm)
m=20g

h=30 cm , d=3.4 cm, depth = .5 cm, ejecta l=6.3cm
h=60 cm , d= 4.4 cm, depth= 1.2 cm, ejecta=9 cm
h=90 cm, d=5.5 cm, depth= 1.7 cm, ejecta=15 cm
h=120 cm,d=7.5 cm, depth= 1.8 cm, ejecta = 45 cm
h=150 cm, d=8 cm, depth=1.5cm, ejecta = 47cm
h=180 cm, no time available

Object: Weights, cylindrical  (diameter=1.9 cm)
m=50g

h=30 cm , d=5.5cm, depth = 1.9cm, ejecta l=6.7cm
h=60 cm , d= 7.5cm, depth= 2.0cm, ejecta=9.1 cm
h=90 cm, d=9.5 cm, depth= 2.5 cm, ejecta=25 cm
h=120 cm,d=10.3cm, depth= 1.9cm, ejecta = 49.6 cm
h=150 cm, d=11cm, depth=2.5 cm, ejecta = 52 cm
h=180 cm, no time available

Object: Weights, cylindrical  (diameter=2.9 cm)
m=200g

h=30 cm , d=9.6 cm, depth = 2.1cm, ejecta l=7.5cm
h=60 cm , d= 13.5cm, depth= 2.5 cm, ejecta=16.5 cm
h=90 cm, d=15 cm, depth= 3 cm, ejecta=27 cm
h=120 cm,d=15.5cm, depth= 2.3 cm, ejecta = 51 cm
h=150 cm,  no time available
h=180 cm, no time available

Group: Shaqueena, Tiera, Dominique, Mikhail
Light Tan Rock
m= 13 g

h=30 cm , d=4.5cm, depth = 2cm, ejecta l=6.5 cm
h=60 cm , d= 6 cm, depth= 2.5 cm, ejecta=6 cm
h=90 cm, d=6.5 cm, depth= 3 cm, ejecta= 7cm
h=120 cm,d=8 cm, depth=5 cm, ejecta = 11 cm
h=150 cm,   d=9 cm, depth= 7.2 cm, ejecta= 15 cm
h=180 cm, d=11 cm, depth= 11.2 cm, ejecta= 29 c

Group: Nicole, Tanya, Kenny, Melinda, Vonzolia
Dark, Shiny balsk Rock (d=3 cm, h=1.5)
m=43.5 g

h=30 cm , d=6.5cm, depth = 2 cm, ejecta l=4 cm
h=60 cm , d= 6 cm, depth= 1.6 cm, ejecta=8 cm
h=90 cm, d=9 cm, depth= 2.5 cm, ejecta= 12 cm
h=120 cm,d=9 cm, depth=3 cm, ejecta = 18 cm
h=150 cm,   d=9.5 cm, depth= 5 cm, ejecta= 6 cm
h=180 cm, d=12.5 cm, depth= 6 cm, ejecta= 32 c

Group: Nicole, Frances, AmyRose, Emmanuel
Red, Brown Rock w/crystals
m=30.5 g

h=30 cm , d=4.5cm,depth = 1 cm, ejecta l=7 cm
h=60 cm , d= 6 cm, depth= 2 cm, ejecta=5 cm
h=90 cm, d=7 cm, depth= 2 cm, ejecta= 8cm
h=120 cm,d=8cm, depth=3.5 cm, ejecta = 14 cm
h=150 cm,   d=9 cm, depth= 4.3 cm, ejecta= 19cm
h=180 cm, d=10 cm, depth= 2.5 cm, ejecta= 21c

Group: Daquan, Shear, Willie, Torren
Flat Reddish Rock  (approx. l=4 cm, w=2 cm, h= 1.5 cm))
mass of object = 98 g

h=30 cm , d=6 cm, depth = 2 cm, ejecta l=6 cm
h=60 cm , d= 8 cm, depth= 3 cm, ejecta=12cm
h=90 cm, d=10 cm, depth= 2 cm, ejecta=14 cm
h=120 cm,d=11 cm, depth= 3.5 cm, ejecta = 11.5
h=150 cm, d=17 cm, depth=5.5cm, ejecta = 19 cm
h=180 cm, d=18 cm, depth = 7.5, ejecta = 30cm