- Jan 31, 2009
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Those Estes Es, with their 3-sec burn, can achieve some LONG flights! Launched my SUPER BIG BERTHA on an E9-4 the other day!
Jupiter's red spot, yeah right. It was most likely swept into the equatorial bands and then was sucked down and crushed in the near liquid atmosphere. It is probably trapped as a thin wafer in the boundry layer between the solid diamond core and the metallic hydrogen that surrounds it. Sorry.Originally posted by billEblurzz
Last telemetry picked it up falling through the methane storms of JUPITER!!!!....heading for the GREAT SPOT!!! Anyone want to mount a RESCUE MISSION???