After watch Ted's lecture on the rocket's launch process, it was discovered that the biggest cause of the rocket's fall before it left the atmosphere was that its body tilted during the flight and lost its balance.
Before leaving the atmosphere, I thought about ways to fly syably when flying verically at a tremendous speed. Using Arduino and a 3D printer, he devised and built a model rocket stabilizer that balances the tail wings by always maintaining the vertical even if the rocket's body is tilted.
An interesting example is the world paper airplane competition.
Do you know that there is a world paper airplane flying competition? The key to this game is how to fold paper airplanes. Because paper airplanes do not have any power, the slope when flying is considered important.
Even if the slope becomes a little unstable, it'll fall. Like this, tilt is a very important factor in flying, whether it's a small paper airplane or a huge rocket!