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  1. Oct 13, 2018 #1

    SpaceEggs

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    Looks cool. What're the internals?

    Is that....a spraypainted stratologger?
     
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    We used to use this rocket as a cutaway to show what the inside looks like, but we've changed the configuration and made a new cutaway. The stratologger stand-in is actually just a 3D printed model to go in the e-bay.
     
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    Great dual deployment example! 3" airframe I'm thinking?

    That stratologger outline was clear, but it was the wrong color for healthy operation lol
     
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    2.6" BT80. We switched over to JollyLogic's chute release because it's so much simpler to explain and use, plus it saves weight.
     
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