I too have been inspired by the Kaboom Krewe.
I ordered a Mega Rebel from the Rocketarium:...
Here is a video of several launches at LDRS 38, including several splendid aerial (drone) views. [Edit: 15 minutes]
At 1:08, there is a drone...
Found another video of the launch (about first 5 or 10 seconds). Makes me wonder if the arc-over issue was related to the launch rails?
Please do a thread!
Here is YouTube video of Marvin's launch at LDRS 38 in Argonia, Kansas.
From the facebook page, it appears that the crew is planning to make modifications to Marvin's rocket...….AND LAUNCH AGAIN!!!!! :p:):D
I just realized no one has really described what happened during the flight. I was not there, but there have been a few videos posted showing the...
There was a video on the Kaboom Krewe facebook page, but you can't see the upper half of the flight.
Thanks for the pics, timbucktwo.
This is a very well done thread. Good pics and info. ;)
Yes, you are correct. The other thread is at HPR Rocketry:...
What is bad is that I originally misspelled "Marvin" and "Martian" on the title. This is why I don't play with LDRS rockets...….:oops:
A description from the facebook page:
More pics. There are more pics and video at the Kaboom Krewe facebook page.
Note that I am not affiliated with the Kaboom Krewe. I just love their project, and have not seen it posted anywhere else.
They are part of the...
Here are some pics.
Sometimes, the internet is just friggin' AWESOME!!!
A group in St. Louis, MO, has taken on the task of building an LDRS rocket. The rocket is...
What's up? Chicken butt!
I find myself imagining a 'rubber chicken' rocket.
What Yoda is to the Star Wars community, George is to rocket gliders.
Such is life...….and engineering. :(
Good stuff. :cool:;)
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