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dhkaiser

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While reviewing a video of my launch of the DX3 2.6 FG, I noticed one frame caught the ejection charge inside the FG body. I thought it pretty cool...

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Gives an entirely new meaning to 'the rocket's red glare'.
Now, who's gonna package and market that?
Nah, leave it a rare and special event out there living free in the rocketry wilds.
 

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That's awesome! What's the material / finish on the BT that allowed the light to pass through?
 

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FG allows some light through - here's a cato from close up.

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That's awesome! What's the material / finish on the BT that allowed the light to pass through?
Unfinished FG, one can see the red parachute and dog barf through it...

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While reviewing a video of my launch of the DX3 2.6 FG, I noticed one frame caught the ejection charge inside the FG body. I thought it pretty cool...
You got that rocket way up there. Cirrus clouds down below, and the ocean below that. Looks like about 200,000'?


JK:wink:
 
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