JayCoke Zero flight #2
This is the second flight of the JayCoke Zero. It is one of four recycling containers converted into high power rockets by members of the Wisconsin Organization of Spacemodeiling Hobbyists (WOOSH), NAR Section 558. It flew at Midwest Power in Oct 2011, on a Cesaroni L3150 Vmax motor. The weighted nose cone was held in place with four #2 nylon shear pins, which kept it in place until ejected at apogee by electrically initiated charges. It had a textbook perfect flight and recovery, almost "sticking" the landing. Her build is detailed on the Rocketry Forum on this thread... http://www.rocketryforum.com/showthread.php?t=17715

 Rocketry Club: Wisconsin Organization Of Spacemodeling Hobbyists

Author Npowrd
Duration 107 seconds
Rating Good

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