Flight Log


User:

Alpha III (8) flight 14

Estes B6-4. (B180718). Chute reluctant to open. Otherwise nominal flight.


Posted by: bcawley1, Bernard


Alpha III (8) flight 13

Estes B6-4. (D190919) Delay was a bit short.


Posted by: bcawley1, Bernard


QCC Explorer - E11-3J

QCC Explorer - E11-3J


Posted by: lrk2,


Spirilzed Blue Tip

Aerotech I 327 DM metal storm 38mm 720 reload. left the pad with authority, made it to MECO then pressure separated. I have determined a mix of a light payload bay, to loose of a slip fit for the payload and not a large enough vent hole. this is my daughter's largest park flier weighs in at 1480grams with a Loki G66r motor on the pad. I am fixing the 3" zipper that occured, the main chute ripped the swivel apart, after the JLCR hit the fin on the way down the airframe and smashed to pieces. I had the back plate with the kevlar tether but the rest is MIA in the grass field. the rocket made it to 1450', seperation happened around 1000', the baro sensor has a huge spike in velocity, possibly as the payload whipped around to 1500fps, OR had predicted 850fps.


Posted by: Galantvr41062,


2020-10-29_V2_3d_Payload_Nosecone

60 acres


Posted by: alane,


Nutroc on a d12-5

flown at 60 acres park in Redmond Wa, good flight got stuck in low braches of tree but quickly recovered


Posted by: Toby_nagata,


Checkmate (2) flight 16

A10-0T to A3-4T. Just about perfect in every way. Gorgeous flight.


Posted by: bcawley1, Bernard


Rocketry Works Luna flight 5

A3-4T. This time shock cord burned through. *sigh*. Body returned quickly but not ballistically. No other damage.


Posted by: bcawley1, Bernard


Rocketry Works Luna flight 4

A3-4T... but with zero actual delay.


Posted by: bcawley1, Bernard


Rocketry Works Luna flight 3

A10-3T. Pretty much same as last flight. Good up, no chute.


Posted by: bcawley1, Bernard