Getting back into rocketry after 25 years of adult life intervened. This is an Estes Flash launching on an Estes C6-5. It is now an Estes Tree, because of the hook to the left it took post-launch. The video was taken directly perpendicular to the direction of travel. There was no wind. I'm trying to figure out what went wrong, because our other launches at lower power were all straight and easily recovered. Some options: It was sitting too high on the launch pad (a piece of tape is elevating it 4") The launch surface was unstable It got stuck on the rod (3 piece rod with seams) The rod was too narrow (even though the rod and the rocket came in a set) Angry ghosts pushed it over ??? Thanks for your help.