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Citation Patriot flight 7

Q-Jet D16-6
Posted by: bcawley1, Bernard

Nexus flight 19

Q-Jet D16-6. I'm pretty sure the model didn't actually slow down that much at motor burnout.....so why the negative slope stuff in the velocity graph? Added much later: I now know this is from pressure leakage around the motor at the base of the rocket lowering the pressure in the body below ambient during boost, followed by pressure recovery at burnout.
Posted by: bcawley1, Bernard

Checkmate flight 32

1/2A3-0T to 1/2A3-4T. Short but nice flight. Booster from 1973 and this time it didn’t CATO (as did the flight 30 attempt) with the same motor types.
Posted by: bcawley1, Bernard

SRP(4) flight 13

Q-Jet C12-6. Screw eye pulled from payload section, so it fell free after ejection. It took quite awhile to find it. But used signal strength from Bluetooth in app to help.
Posted by: bcawley1, Bernard

Air Walker flght 13 (FS Mini in dark)

Q-Jet C12-6. Other FS Mini reported 924.8 ft.
Posted by: bcawley1, Bernard

Air Walker flight 13 (FS Mini in the light)

Q-Jet C12-6. Other FS Mini reported 924.5 feet.
Posted by: bcawley1, Bernard

Air Walker flght 12 (FS Mini in dark)

Q-Jet C12-6. Other FS Mini reported 948.5 ft.
Posted by: bcawley1, Bernard

Air Walker flight 12 (FS Mini in the light)

Q-Jet C12-6. Other FS Mini reported 946.6 feet.
Posted by: bcawley1, Bernard

Nova Payloader flght 95 (FS Mini in dark)

Estes C6-5. Other FS Mini reported 586.4 feet.
Posted by: bcawley1, Bernard

Nova Payloader Flight 95 (FS Mini in the light)

Estes C6-5. Other FS Mini reported 585.2 feet.
Posted by: bcawley1, Bernard