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  1. garlicsnapper

    Sullivan Lake XXVIII (2021)

    Hey! Who's all planning on coming out to Sullivan Lake this year? What are you bringing to fly? I'm planning on bringing out my entire high-power collection of course, including a fiberglass rocket that I call Higher Calling. She hasn't flown since Rock Lake 21 (2019). Once again, I plan on...
  2. garlicsnapper

    Redundant Dual-Deployment Ejection Charges

    I have a rocket that I will be recovering 100% on electronics with no motor deployment whatsoever. I do have both primary and secondary dual-deployment altimeters employed for this project. It has been ground tested, so the proper amount of black powder is known and confirmed. Now I’m...
  3. garlicsnapper

    So, what is the biggest thing holding you back from getting your Level One HPR Certification?

    We’ve all been there at one time or another. So, what is the biggest thing holding you back from getting your Level One HPR Certification?
  4. O

    Stability is getting drop at before Apogee in Openrocket

    Hello, I am new at the Forum. Because of that ı don't any idea for Forum rules. Anyway. I am designing High Powered Rocket at Openrocket. Rocket flights 3.000 Meter (10.000 feet). But i have a problem with Static Margin at Apogee, when i simulated.As you can see below Graphic, my Rocket's...
  5. H. Craig Miller

    ANTI-VIRUS Build Thread

    54mm Powered ANTI-VIRUS PREFACE With the onset of COVID-19 and its fallout, the interrupting supply chains and size limiting or outright cancellation of launches and other rocketry events, how can its spread be stopped? Wearing masks, social distancing, vaccines? No... with an injection... with...
  6. S

    Interested advisors for Aerospace nonprofit?

    Hello All, I wanted to share an opportunity to come on as an advisor or mentor to an NYC based aerospace nonprofit. We have divisions at 12 schools/universities in the NYC metro area, and work with talented young engineers to develop aerospace projects. Many of the students working with us are...
  7. S

    Interested advisors for Aerospace nonprofit?

    Hello All, I wanted to share an opportunity to come on as an advisor or mentor to an NYC based aerospace nonprofit. We have divisions at 12 schools/universities in the NYC metro area, and work with talented young engineers to develop aerospace projects. Many of the students working with us are...
  8. Q

    Help the growing passion for rockets in Costa Rica

    Hello everybody I belong to a group of students currently undergoing our studies in Mechanical Engineering, Civil Engineering and Electrical Engineering at the University of Costa Rica. We have been involved with Aerospace activities as active members of the Aerospace Engineering Group (GIA)...
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