2023 World Spacemodeling Championship will be in the U.S.

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Johnly

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That is so cool. I might have to fly down to Austin just to see the action.
 

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If you are going to come, you might as well compete. An Estes Big Bertha meets the 40 mm size requirements for the "tube events." But if you want to be a bit more competitive, Apogee Components, has great FAI kits and launch equipment. Hope to see you there!

Steve

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Eggstorminator for the S2P Fragile Precision Payload event

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Adrel altimeter or direct from North Coast Rocketry

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Multifunction Launch Tower

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FAI Specific Wedgie Launch Tower
 

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