EVENT High Frontier 16

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  1. Sep 19, 2019 #1

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    Tulsa Rocketry is again hosting High Frontier, an annual regional launch at Pawhuska Ok. Starting Sept. 28 & 29, launch times are from 9-5 both days. With a 20,000 ft. AGL waiver, a Sat. night launch and MANY contests.
    For more info go to www.tulsarocketry.org
     
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    I'll be there on Saturday. Not sure about Sunday yet. Gonna be fun!
     
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    Pawhuska has seen a lot of rain the past few nights. However I have NOT received a NO-GO email. Set up starts at 10am tomorrow ending with a matinee launch for the attendees. So I say it's a GO! See ya there!
     
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    If there is a launch site that can take a lot of rain i would think Pawhuska would be it. Rocky ground, up high with ample drainage away to the South and some to the east. Watching the weather for Saturday closely.
     
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    Today was a beautiful clear day. One problem, wind! As there was no matinee launch I went home after setup. Be careful when transitioning off the blacktop, the ditch was a little slick today. Even if there is no more rain (fingers crossed)the traffic will likely churn it up. Dry quickly ditch, dry quickly.
     
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    BD20C8F7-DE31-4CCA-903E-178FC1E8A15D.jpeg The rockets are packed for an early departure tomorrow morning. See y’all tomorrow.
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    I'm not the best video editor, but here are some pictures and my GoPro footage from Saturday at High Frontier.
     
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