Discussion in 'Other' started by UPscaler, Jul 31, 2011.
Liftoff of the Wedding Cake Rocket at NARAM 59.
Can't remember if I posted these or not. My first high power cluster, Binary Effusion, from a couple of years ago.
My Level 2 Certification flight at NARAM 59.
Congrats on the L2!
My Big Nuke on a Loki K960.
Photo by Jim Livingston.
First flight over 320 N-s!
I303 BS in Big SAM to 3628' and 665.8'/s
X-Celerator on a CTI K-515 Skidmark
My scratch built Bomber Betty on a J350 White Lightning, at the LUNAR Snow Ranch launch yesterday. She's 5.5" diameter, 7' tall,
11 lbs on the pad.
Rocketarium Turbo Vortico on an Aerotech G-64. Sandy Beach Park, Honolulu, HI.
Nice. I think you're right up there in "the most interesting flying field" sweepstakes. My daughter now lives in Ewa Beach so the next time I visit I plan to get over there. A dip in the Blue Pacific after a hot day on the range sounds like fun.
Next time you visit for a while maybe you can join us for a launch. Here's the Facebook page:
Photo by Jim Wilkerson of my Dynasoar Rocketry Battlecruiser, taken at the Washington Aerospace Club's "Last Chance" launch at Sixty Acres yesterday.
You'd never know it was November in the Seattle area the last few days. Sadly "normal" returns in the morning.....
I meant Sunday (the 18th).....
I'd edit the post above, but there isn't an "edit" link. I had read there was some time limitation on editing old posts...but sheesh, I just posted it 2 1/2 hours ago.
Oh - in case anyone cares - the motor is a E6RC reload for the 24/40RC case. End-burning Blue Thunder.
FlisKits Tres, view from below!
My first high power..a PML kit..don't remeber which one. But always loved the stars and stripes!
Seventy pound scratch built on an experimental M2400 Sorbitol motor.
My scratchbuilt 4" Trigger's Broom on a CTI J355, heading for 5513' back in October [Photo: amell]
Madcow Reaper 3 on a CTI J520.
Clusterduck, all 7 motors lit
First one however looks tragic as well. Details on engine and damage?
Super SloMo of my scratch built (what I'm calling) SteamPunk
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