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Carl

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Semroc Astronautics Corp. will begin shipping its eighth model rocket kit today. The Squire™ is new for 2003, not a Retro-Repro™ as the first seven kits are. It was designed to be a good second kit for beginners. It is highly customizable and can be built differently each time.

The Squire may be ordered at:
https://www.semroc.com/Store/Scripts/RocketKits.asp?SKU=KA-3

The header card for the Squire is at:
https://www.semroc.com/Store/ProdImages/headers/Squire-header.jpg

Thanks to all our friends at The Rocketry Forum for your super support!
 

sandman

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Carl,

Ordered mine and another Laser X!

sandman
 

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I made a little time to surf the Semroc web site, and have picked out the kit for me...The Hydra VII,,,(7) C6 motor cluster!

I googled Semroc, and found that at their prime, they had some serious motors in the works at there R&D division...18mm D :D

Anyways, welcome back Carl, and we will do all we can by buying more of your product.

Johnnie Paul
 

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The hydra VII looks fantastic,There's nothing like this available in the U.K. at the moment so it looks like ill have to get one from the states.
 

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Yep, that Hydra VII looks the Mutt's Nuts - I'll be getting one of them when they're released. :D
 

Stymye

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Johnnie,
here is a Semroc motor (propulsion module)
an A8-5 vintage 1970
 

Johnnie

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I looked on a Yahoo group, I believe it was oldrockets@yahoo...anyways, Carl of Semroc was describing Semrocs research, as well as the 2-stage D motor...here is that small snipit:

We had some very innovative products in prototype and limited production stages. We had an 18mm D engine with a 3.8 second burn, 3/4C and 3/4D engines for future contest certification, a DECAP (Delay-ejection charge auxiliary package), a dual-burn D engine, and several new kits. The DECAP was a 13mm diameter by 25mm long package that consisted only of a delay and ejection charge, with delays from 2 to 10 seconds. It was glued in a standard zero-delay (booster) engine to convert it into a timed engine so you could get any delay time from any engine. The dual-burn D burned normally for 2 seconds, delayed with no thrust for 2 seconds, and then finished the burn at just under 2 seconds. Very impressive with much higher altitudes.


I for one would love to see more of this kind of research and inovation into Low Power Propulsion...

Johnnie Paul
 
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