My congrats to Steve and the MDRA crew, this was an amazing accomplishment! I'll report additional links (see below) as they arise.
Here are some of my photos. Actually, I have to thank my son Steve for most of these, including all the flight shots. It was a good day all around.
Check out Steve's next project - a 1:9 scale Saturn 1B. It's smaller but more complex. And there are going to be two of them!
- Largest Model Rocket Flies Successfully - Whitney's Bayourat Rocketry
- World's Largest Model Rocket Sits on Pad - Whitney's Bayourat Rocketry
- Saturn V flies again - HobbySpace RLV and Space Transport Blog
- Steve Eves’ 1:10 Scale Saturn V - Perfect Flight! - Rockets and Stuff
- 1/10th Scale Saturn V Launch in Maryland - Flickr photo gallery - Jeff Foust
- Tudark's Flickr set
- P. Abresh's Launch Report
- on Rocketry Planet
- on TRF
- on TQC#39
- Steve Jurvetson's photo blog
- ROCKETS Magazine launch coverage (summary)
- Is this on-topic for National Geographic?
- Popular Mechanics
- HobbySpace (main site vs. blog) now has a permanent feature on the project (including this post!)
- ROCKETS Magazine photo store
- Rocket Men - Baltimore City paper (hat tip to Space for All)