- Several photos of Micromeister's Micro Wonder Works (middle of page #1)
- Vern Este's Big Bertha #1 that was built in the '60s (page 2, 2nd to last row on the right and last row on the left). Flew nicely, of course!
- Bill Stine's rocket, built by G. Harry in 1958 (page 2, 2nd to last row on the left)
- Lee Piester's Screaming Eagle from NARAM 14 (page 2, last row on the left and page 3 on the top)
- John McCoy's (Micromeister) Mercury Redstone from 1973 (page 3, row 3 on the left)
- Page 3, Row 5 and 6 has a unique rocket from Kopter Rotary Recovery Rockets. It is a boost glider and a helicopter. Both parts worked great.
- Steve Humphrey's Flying Stovepipe (page 3, row 7 on the left). Flew poorly, looked cool.
- A bunch of photos of Scott Branche's upscale RC Mach 10 in the middle of page 6. I missed the flight but it looked awesome on the bench.
- Ben's 2x G20-powered Deuce's Wild! on the bottom of page 6. One motor lit slowly, binding the rocket on the rod, plus 40 N average thrust seems low for this rocket. Still waiting to load the video. It must be popular this morning!
Sunday, July 27, 2008
Chris Taylor has Saturday's photos and videos up on his NARAM Live! site. No photos of my rockets, however. Highlights: