2005-04-08 / Community

Egg-Drop At St. Edmund Prep


Brian Wagner’s physics class at St. Edmund Prep High School recently conducted their annual egg-drop experiment. The goal of the experiment was for students to construct an apparatus, without using parachutes, that would allow an egg to survive drops from various heights. The heights ranged from the top of a lab table all the way up to a fifth floor window. Six students made it to the final round which to drop their egg from the fifth floor. Wagner, a Rockaway resident, is pictured with the winners of the competition (Chris Taormina, Eric Roome, Caitlin Gregg, Chris Lasalle, Steven Nowicki and Erin Castner). Photo by Joan Kowkabany. 
Brian Wagner’s physics class at St. Edmund Prep High School recently conducted their annual egg-drop experiment. The goal of the experiment was for students to construct an apparatus, without using parachutes, that would allow an egg to survive drops from various heights. The heights ranged from the top of a lab table all the way up to a fifth floor window. Six students made it to the final round which to drop their egg from the fifth floor. Wagner, a Rockaway resident, is pictured with the winners of the competition (Chris Taormina, Eric Roome, Caitlin Gregg, Chris Lasalle, Steven Nowicki and Erin Castner). Photo by Joan Kowkabany.

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