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Boyd Buchanan Catapults

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Updated: 10/21/2013 6:24 pm
Physics students at Boyd-Buchanan took part in the 8th Annual Physics Trebuchet and Catapult Competition at the school.
The students designed and built large trebuchets and catapults that are capable of throwing a softball over 100 yards.
They gathered on the stadium field to throw their projectiles from the machines they made.
It's a fun way to learn physics, and show off something that the students built themselves.
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