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|Blueprint for Disaster long view||VooDooRocketry||2011-06-25||2006-05-22|
Another view of the world's largest hybrid rocket motor powered monocopter at MDRA's Price MD launch site. The Kevlar and Carbon fibered machine reached approximately 500 feet before the nitrous ...
|Monocopter flight at ESL 88||VooDooRocketry||2011-06-25||2008-12-31|
A bit of an experiment of a motor at ESL 88 several years ago.
|Monocopter with AT's G-12||VooDooRocketry||2011-06-25||2008-12-07|
A scratch built monocopter running up on AT G-12 reloadable.....work continues on a G-7 +- EX motor for this wing. The site was just down the street from my home at a local park.
|Blueprint for Disaster-take 2||VooDooRocketry||2011-06-28||2006-11-06|
The second flight of the world's largest (so far) hybrid monocopter. A new formula, a nice flight and another hard landing at MDRA's Red Glare launch.
|NYPOWER X monocopter||VooDooRocketry||2011-06-25||2007-07-21|
Ed Miller unleashes his wild three stage monocopter for the first time at NYPOWER X
Monocopter rocket. LUNAR Launch at Snow Ranch. March 5, 2011
|AAW Dragonfly C6-3||rocketreviews||2011-06-16||2008-05-22|
Launch Video for a Review: www.rocketreviews.com
|Estes HeliCat model rocket launch||John Hagan||2014-01-17||2013-04-28|
Launching an Estes HeliCat with a full ground crew. The nose cone pops off and spirals to the ground helicopter style but it's hard to see on the video. The ...
|Festival of Rocketry 2011 clip 04||havenacoustics||2011-08-18||2011-08-13|
Monocopter drag race
|Helicopter Rocket Whopper Flopper Chopper 1||RocketRadiologist||2011-09-18||2011-09-16|
Four 60 inch rotors (10 foot rotor cone diameter, sans dihedral) Rocket is 38.5 inches tall at launch, flies on E9-4 engine (ignore the narrator, it's not an E9-6). Kind of a beast for a ...
|Helicopter Rocket Whopper Flopper Chopper 2||RocketRadiologist||2011-09-18||2011-09-16|
|Helicopter Rocket Whopper Flopper Chopper 3||RocketRadiologist||2011-09-18||2011-09-16|
Second Rendition of Spyder AirBrake Recovery with MD80 camera. Weight without Engine 60 Grams. C6-3 Engine. Winds 3 MPH. Broke a blade on landing.
|World's largest Monocopter||VooDooRocketry||2012-03-05||2006-12-24|
Ed Miller owns the largest monocopter so far, burning a J to a J and finishing up with a K. It didn't behave as normal but it may have had something to do with the last scene.