Quantcast

Single-use scratch rockets

The Rocketry Forum

Help Support The Rocketry Forum:

Joined
Apr 14, 2019
Messages
14
Reaction score
4
Location
Earth
For example, I fill toilet paper rolls with R-candy and or black powder and enjoy watching them disappear as they twist and turn chaotically out of sight (And I make them explode at the end)
 

Zeus-cat

Well-Known Member
Joined
Mar 14, 2009
Messages
4,480
Reaction score
679
I am pretty sure this is not a topic we will be discussing here. Discussing the formulas for making rocket motors is an advanced topic and is only done in a restricted forum. Sorry.
 
Joined
Apr 14, 2019
Messages
14
Reaction score
4
Location
Earth
Should have thought of that...
Is there a way to delete this? I haven't been using this site for very long at all.
 

cavecentral

Well-Known Member
Joined
Jul 1, 2011
Messages
3,129
Reaction score
25
What you are describing is more like a fireworks-style rocket. Some form of safe recovery design is required at organized launches. Chute, streamer, tumble, helicopter, etc.
 

0011001100

A Person
Joined
Jun 28, 2017
Messages
522
Reaction score
154
Location
Northern VA
Those are called fireworks. We fly rockets which come back under 'chute or streamer and fly again.
 
Top