Mach1 Modified 3D Printed Nose with Screw-on Avionics Well
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Cloud Cover:9.0 %
Avg Wind:4.1 mph
Wind Gust:7.7 mph
Wind Direction:71.0 ˚
Max Speed:236.3 ft/s
Avg. Descent Rate:20.7 ft/s
Time to Burnout:0.76 s
Time to Apogee:6.46 s
Total Flight Time:37.02 s
Ripley Ohio Association of Rocketry (ROAR) NAR Section #851 Monthly Low Power Launch held July 5, 2020 at RULH High School Lower Athletic Fields.
Flyer Thomas F. Zachman Senior Advisor. Sport Rocket fiberglass Mach1 With Modified 3D Printed Nose with Screw-on Avionics Well designed and built by Mark McBride. 15 inch rip stop nylon standard parachute.
First use of dedicated 10mm rail with micro-rail buttons. 18mm motor mount employing a Quest C12-6 (Q-Jet). Very low North Easterly winds (estimated 3-5 mph). Pad angled approximately 5 degrees easterly. Extremely hot afternoon with few scattered clouds.
Flight was near vertical up to motor ejection. Recovery approximately 150 feet from launch pad.
Photo credit: Walt Orlowsky Copyright 2020 All Rights Reserved